The budget agreement is expected to be signed this week, and could have just as easily been signed during any year of the Obama presidency.
Category Archives: Public Health
In places like Haiti where there are few flushing toilets and no municipal waste treatment options, the impacts of sanitation system solutions are enormous.Read more
Fear may cause up to 90% of Ebola’s economic toll, with devastating effects on poverty alleviation and state stability. Markets can help.Read more
Ebola has swept West Africa since first killing 23 Guineans in March 2014, stirring a sensationalist frenzy across the media, local populations, and the international community. Hospitals have closed, local health care workers have gone on strike, and aid workers have been attacked. The pandemonium generated by public fear has facilitated the disease’s spread, and can be partially blamed onRead more
Dating back to WWI, the international community has recognized and made efforts to prevent the spread and use of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs). Binding international agreements made with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, the Biological Weapons and Toxic Convention, and the Chemical Weapons Convention have formed the foundation of a nonproliferation regime. But more recently, theRead more