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Fri, Apr 3, 2020

American disaster, American resilience

As we contemplate the road back from the coronavirus depression, we need to think big and fix things, at home and abroad. We’re still going deeper into an American disaster. But American resilience can get us out of it.

New Atlanticist by Daniel Fried

Coronavirus Economy & Business

Wed, Apr 1, 2020

Cities “on the front lines” of the coronavirus crisis

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic worsens and deaths increase around the world, national and local governments are racing to prepare their healthcare systems, infrastructure, and economies to weather the current storm. “The world writ large was not adequately prepared to see what has come,” former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said on April 1, adding that now it is up to mayors and local officials who “are really on the frontlines,” to take action to protect their citizens.

New Atlanticist by David A. Wemer

Coronavirus Resilience

Wed, Apr 1, 2020

Warrick quoted in FedScoop on Future of DHS Project

Future of DHS by Atlantic Council

Coronavirus Cybersecurity

Sat, Mar 28, 2020

COVID—19’s next target: fragile states and emerging markets

Developed countries – even as they act to save themselves – must shift far greater public health and economic attention to fragile states and emerging markets, where the hit from the virus is likely to be far more devastating, destabilizing, and enduring.

Inflection Points by Frederick Kempe

Coronavirus Crisis Management

Fri, Mar 6, 2020

Nooruddin joins The Hindu to discuss empirical arguments regarding the importance of social peace for economic development

In the News by Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Human Rights

Wed, Mar 4, 2020

Governments and businesses brace for coronavirus impact

As more cases of the novel coronavirus (known as COVID-19) are identified in the United States and around the world, governments, businesses, and communities will need to be prepared to take significant action to slow its spread and mitigate its potential effects.

New Atlanticist by David A. Wemer

China Coronavirus

Mon, Mar 2, 2020

Jamil in The American Interest: Climate Refugees and International Law

In the News by Atlantic Council

Climate Change & Climate Action Human Rights

Mon, Mar 2, 2020

Lindsay in Fast Company: How to design a smart city

In the News by Atlantic Council

Civil Society Data & AI

Mon, Mar 2, 2020

Lindsay in Fast Company about tech and smart cities

In the News by Atlantic Council

English Resilience

Fri, Feb 28, 2020

Global policymakers weigh options to slow coronavirus spread

While researchers race to develop a vaccine for the disease, focus must turn to “non-pharmaceutical interventions,” such as “community distancing, community mitigation, school closure, and isolation of patients,” Thomas P. Bossert said on February 28. “Once the spread starts getting to 1 percent of the population, these non-pharmaceutical interventions, don’t work,” he explained.

New Atlanticist by David A. Wemer

East Asia Resilience