United States

COVID-19 Speeds the Race for 5G

William Fisher • Jun 29 2020 • Articles
Public policy that relies on pitting US competitors against their Chinese counterparts misses the point, which is to hasten the necessary proliferation of 5G.

Trump’s Foreign Policy Doctrine of Uncertainty

Wassim Daghrir • Jun 29 2020 • Articles
Trump's foreign policy appears as a manifestation of his personality – impulsive, improvisational and devoid of clear purpose and value, yet unmistakeably realist.

Opinion – Tackling the Root Causes of Immigration to the US from Honduras

Maria I. Leon Gomez Sonet • Jun 29 2020 • Articles
A decrease in immigration would not occur as long as the current U.S. foreign policy towards the Northern Triangle region remains the same.

Surveying the American Public on the Plight of Climate Refugees

The public does not seem inherently hostile to assistance to climate refugees or US involvement to address their plight.

American Global Health Internationalism and the Ebola Crisis in West Africa

Christopher Keith Johnson • Jun 16 2020 • Articles
America will have great difficulty being the hospital and the gun shop for the global South. Perhaps it is time for it to re-examine its approach and re-order its priorities.

The New Normal: Trauma Informed International Practices During COVID-19

Ian Edgerly • May 2 2020 • Articles
If the current trend of lashing out from a perceived position of victimization and trauma via the United States is upheld throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the globe is truly living in the new norm.

Opinion – How Coronavirus Exposes Unequal Access to Education in America

Tanishka Talagadadeevi • Apr 30 2020 • Articles
What do you get when you cross coronavirus and unequal access to WiFi? A perfect example of how the US education system fails to satisfy the right to equal education.

Opinion – Lessons America’s Adversaries Can Learn from the Covid-19 Pandemic  

Dan G. Cox • Apr 26 2020 • Articles
If we fail to examine scenarios of pandemics worse than Covid-19, we will suffer similar results and western democracies may find it hard to recover from such events.

The Afghan Peace Agreement and Its Problems

Grant Farr • Apr 6 2020 • Articles
With a weak government in Kabul and with the United States removing its troops some fear the Taliban will wait until the US troops leave and then overrun Kabul.

Opinion – Nationalism and Trump’s Response to Covid-19

Benjamin Cherry-Smith • Apr 3 2020 • Articles
As covid-19 continues to spread in the US, the Trump administrations handling of it as a public health and economic issue will be at the forefront the election.

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