Three Years Is Too Long to Wait for a Global Vaccine Rollout
Impact hubs are a quicker way to get everyone in the world their shots.
The First Draft Account of the U.K.’s COVID-19 Catastrophe Is Damning
A new book gives the backstory of a dysfunctional early response.
Demands for a Lab Leak Investigation Are a Dangerous Distraction
U.S.-China cooperation is vital for global health efforts.
Modi’s Vaccination Fumbles Leave India Behind in Race Against COVID-19
As the country opens up, a third wave looms.
The Lab Leak Theory Doesn’t Hold Up
The rush to find a conspiracy around the COVID-19 pandemic’s origins is driven by narrative, not evidence.
Nepal’s Vaccine Disaster Has Left Millions Unprotected
Alleged corruption and geopolitical worries have created a deadly shortage.
‘War on Disease’ Is a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
The mindset that helped fight the current pandemic is what gets us into situations like this in the first place.
Vaccine Diplomacy Boosts China’s Standing in Latin America
Beijing has increased its leverage in the region—but Washington can still stage a comeback.
Lack of Vaccines Fuels Terrorism in Africa
To avoid more instability, it is time for all wealthy nations to start sharing.
After the Pandemic, the EU Must Prove Its Worth
To revive the project, Europe’s leaders should reassert the union as a global power.
As the Clock Ticks, Japanese Wonder If the Olympics Are Worth the Risk
Opponents are calling foul, but the data suggests the event can be pulled off.
We Need a Better Game Plan to Reach Global Herd Immunity
The world is still vaccinating the few while neglecting the many.
Afghanistan Swamped by COVID-19’s Third Wave
The government dithered and denied the pandemic’s severity. Now, a health disaster looms.
Argentina Is the Pandemic’s Latest Hot Spot
An overloaded health system struggles to deal with a deadly second wave of the coronavirus.
Tackling Pandemics Means Relearning the Lessons of Fighting HIV
Advocates fought hard for a truly global, representative approach.