Building a sustainable and inclusive post-pandemic global economic recovery must center women and girls.
Biological warfare has long been an unlikely, but serious, national security concern—but has COVID-19 revealed our vulnerability to biological pathogens, bioweapons, and bioterrorism?
Quarantine, social isolation and lockdown measures put in place to prevent the spread of the virus have led women and girls to be exposed to increased risks of victimization.
Populations around the world remain divided over how comfortable they are returning to normal life as the Delta variant spreads.
A Democratic victory provides greater opportunity for transatlantic collaboration, but underlying structures for cooperation among societal stakeholders in the United States need to be reinvigorated.