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“This crisis really has a lesson to give. You cannot disregard these kinds of health risks because they do have direct and enormous economic and social consequences,” former Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Brundtland said to the Council this week. Watch to hear the former director-general of the World Health Organization examine what SARS taught her about pandemic leadership.Watch the Video
This week President Trump announced he wants all US troops out of Afghanistan by election day. But is that possible? And what does it mean? In this episode from October 2019, the University of Chicago's Robert Pape joins Deep Dish to help us understand the right—and wrong—ways to end the United States’ longest war.Listen to the Podcast
As investment collapses and the labor market deteriorates, Nobel Laureate and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman examines the global economic outlook and potential paths to recovery.
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Event: 12:00 pm
Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Chicago, IL 60601
Registration closes June 3.
As the United States surpasses 100,000 deaths from COVID-19, we’re revisiting how other countries around the world handled the pandemic. In a series of special edition Deep Dish episodes, we talked to journalists from Germany, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand to examine these countries’ strategies to address COVID-19, as well as their successes and mistakes.
"As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens further setbacks, emerging nutrition efforts are focusing on accelerating successful community-based programs, especially those that aim to prevent bursts of acute malnutrition from spiraling into more severe cases that result in wasting and stunting," Council senior fellow Roger Thurow writes in Global Food for Thought.
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