Opinion Pieces Address Topics Related To COVID-19, Including Managing TB, COVID-19 Syndemic In India; Pandemic’s Inequalities; Global Economy; Transparency In COVID-19 Policies

BMJ Global Health: India’s syndemic of tuberculosis and COVID-19
Rukmini Shrinivasan, independent data journalist; Saurabh Rane, XDR-TB survivor and activist with Survivors Against Tuberculosis; and Madhukar Pai, Canada research chair in translational epidemiology & global health, and associate director of McGill International TB Centre at McGill University (11/16).

IPS: COVID-19 Compounding Inequalities
Jomo Kwame Sundaram, former economics professor and former U.N. assistant-secretary general for Economic Development, and Anis Chowdhury, adjunct professor at Western Sydney University & University of New South Wales in Australia (11/17).

Project Syndicate: Vaccine Apartheid
Jayati Ghosh, executive secretary of International Development Economics Associates and member of the Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation (11/16).

Project Syndicate: A No-Brainer for the G20
Jim O’Neill, chair of Chatham House (11/16).

WIRED: A Lack of Transparency Is Undermining Pandemic Policy
Roxanne Khamsi, Ideas Contributor on WIRED (11/16).

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