Brazil’s Senate Accuses Bolsonaro of Crimes Against Humanity
It’s a new low for his government’s catastrophic pandemic response.
Has the Pandemic Burned Itself Out in India’s Capital?
Why a crowded New Delhi hospital with empty COVID-19 wards is a sign of hope.
India Is Carrying the Burden of Vaccinating the World
Most Indians still aren’t fully inoculated against COVID-19, but their government is ramping up vaccine exports.
COVID-19 Measures Are Soft Compared With Tuberculosis Rules
Complaints about vaccine mandates ignore well-established, far more intrusive precedents.
Coronavirus Threat Hangs Over U.N. General Assembly
Some world leaders traveling to New York are ignoring coronavirus safety protocols.
America’s Pandemic Travel Bans No Longer Make Sense
A thoughtless, unscientific policy of closed borders—even to vaccinated travelers—does a little more damage every day.
Biden Can Bounce Back From Afghanistan—by Vaccinating the World
My former boss has a rare opportunity to prove his critics wrong.
Biden Must Move Fast to Replace WHO’s Tedros
It will take an all-out diplomatic blitz to block the director-general’s impending reelection.
Indonesia Can’t Keep Up With Its COVID-19 Cases
As the massive wave driven by the delta variant spreads to outlying regions, official data may not reflect the scale of the tragedy.
The Whole World Needs Vaccines Before a Worse Variant Than Delta Arrives
The United States has to put global health first unless it wants a new disaster.
Belgium’s COVID-19 Comeback Is a Model for the World
Europe’s poster child for pandemic dysfunction can now teach other countries how to beat the disease.
Australia’s Borders Aren’t Closed for Everyone
Celebrity exemptions are testing the public’s patience.
Scotland Can’t Afford SNP Branding on COVID-19 Policies
U.K.-wide cooperation is vital to bringing the pandemic under control.
North Korea’s Curious COVID-19 Strategy
Pyongyang faces a looming catastrophe but is in no hurry to vaccinate its people.