March 26, 2020
Houston Chronicle
After crude oil has seen an unprecedented drop in prices, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke to Saudi Arabian officials to avoid flooding the market with oil while in crisis. Jason Bordoff comments: “This diplomacy matters,"
March 26, 2020
Modern War Institute
Wonny Kim MIA '20 writes that the federal government should always take steps to communicate effectively, but it is more important now when the country is facing such an unforeseen crisis.
March 26, 2020
Democracy Now
Jeffrey Sachs criticizes the president for his slow response to fighting the coronavirus from spreading in the United States and questions what his intentions are. "it’s just hard to believe what a colossal mess our country is in."
March 26, 2020
NPR
Jeffrey Sachs and four other prominent economists opine on what the future economy will look like in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
March 26, 2020
Foreign Polic
No evictions, no foreclosures, and guaranteed pay: Joseph Stiglitz tells ForeignPolicy why the government's $2 trillion stimulus plan doesn't go far enough to help Americans struggling with the coronavirus epidemic.
March 24, 2020
War on the Rocks
JD Work writes about how the Defense Department must establish a task force to protect critical medical infrastructure from cyberattacks.
March 24, 2020
Participants responded to a fictional cyber attack on ports, shipping, and navigation.
March 24, 2020
Wired
It's questionable how long the coronavirus pandemic will last. However, if it runs into the summer and fall, John J. MacWilliams believes it'll have harsh effects on utilities amidst hurricane season.
March 24, 2020
CNN
Shutdowns are the best way to stop the coronavirus from spreading, writes Jeffrey Sachs in his latest op-ed. "A successful shutdown slows the rate of spread, and ... prevents the health care system from being utterly overwhelmed"
March 24, 2020
New York Times
Jeffrey Sachs argues in this time of crisis, “it’s absolutely unconscionable to keep sanctions on at this moment."

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