Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Outbreak, Response
The Atlantic: The Worst Outcome
David Frum, staff writer at the Atlantic (3/11).
Devex: Opinion: How will COVID-19 affect global access to contraceptives — and what can we do about it?
Chris Purdy, president and CEO of DKT International (3/11).
Financial Times: Coronavirus and the collapse of global public health
David Pilling, Africa editor of the Financial Times (3/12).
Financial Times: Coronavirus response must be ‘never again’
Peter Sands, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria (3/11).
Foreign Policy: Why Are We So Scared of the Coronavirus?
Jonathan Tepperman, editor in chief of Foreign Policy and author (3/11).
New York Times: The Argument: The Pandemic vs. The President
Ross Douthat, Michelle Goldberg, and David Leonhardt, all hosts of the Argument podcast at the New York Times (3/12).
New York Times: Letter to the Editor: South Korea: What We’re Doing to Fight the Coronavirus
Seo Eun-young, director of foreign press relations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Republic of Korea (3/11).
NPR: Opinion: Refugees Are Especially Vulnerable To COVID-19. Don’t Ignore Their Needs
Muhammad H. Zaman, professor of biomedical engineering and international health at Boston University and author (3/11).
POLITICO: On the Coronavirus, Nationalists Aren’t Nationalist Enough
Rich Lowry, editor of National Review and contributing editor with POLITICO Magazine (3/11).
TIME: I’m a Historian of Epidemics and Quarantine. Now I’m Living That History on Lockdown in Italy
Eugenia Tognotti, expert in public health and quarantine and professor of history of medicine and human sciences at the University of Sassari in Italy (3/11).
Washington Times: American foreign aid programs best defense against coronavirus
Andrew Natsios, professor in the Bush School of Government and Public Service and director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University (3/11).
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