Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of Ebola Epidemic

The following opinion pieces discuss various aspects of the Ebola epidemic and the global response to the disease.

Hartford Courant: Ebola Shows Need For Global Health Security Office
Elizabeth Bradley, director of the Yale Global Health Initiative, and Robert Hecht, managing director at the Results for Development Institute and visiting fellow at Yale

New England Journal of Medicine: Where Is the Surgeon General?
Gregory Curfman, Stephen Morrissey, and Jeffrey Drazen, NEJM editors

Washington Post: The politics of Ebola
E.J. Dionne, opinion writer

Foreign Policy: How to Shut Down a Country and Kill a Disease
Laurie Garrett, senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations

Salon: Ebola’s grim original secret: How capitalism and obscene military spending got us here
Robert Hennelly, investigative journalist

Wall Street Journal: Ron Klain: The Last Fixer
Daniel Henninger, WSJ deputy editorial page director

New York Times: How to Defeat Ebola
Nicholas Kristof, columnist

The Hill: U.S. needs to ramp up response to stop Ebola
U.S. Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-Texas)

Huffington Post: Partnerships Key to Fighting Ebola Crisis
Doyin Oluwole, executive director of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon

EurActiv: A woman should be appointed as E.U. Ebola envoy
Mirjam van Reisen, professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands

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