As an Indian American, my family has experienced the worst of this pandemic in two countries. For any of us to be safe, we all need vaccine equity.
From the pandemic to climate change to police violence, today’s crises require global collaboration on a scale never seen before.
The highest income countries have gotten over half of global vaccine doses. The poorest countries have gotten just 0.1 percent.
Americans will have to fight hard to protect their water from corporate greed. They can learn a lot from El Salvador.
Asia has done a much better job of containing the pandemic. Do values have anything to do with it?
The refusal of tens of millions of Americans to recognize the election results is part of a much larger denialism — of COVID-19, of climate change, and U.S. decline.
In a global pandemic, it is not enough to build a robust response to COVID-19 in the United States alone.
Even a lame-duck Congress must remember their actions have global consequences too.
It’s going to take more than a change of personnel in Washington to address our decaying climate, public health, and democracy. But it’s not too late.
COVID-19 is an early alert for more serious global crises. So far, the international community has failed — but it’s not too late to get it right.