The growing coronavirus outbreak is compounding the toll of the country's civil war and other humanitarian disasters.
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The UAE builds the first civilian nuclear reactor in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia moves down the path to building a nuclear weapon. Dana, Jamil, Jodi, and Les discuss the geopolitical ramifications of a nuclear powered Middle East. Are 123 agreements useful anymore? Will the United States be able to prevent nuclear proliferation? How does china play into all of this? All these questions and more answered in this week’s Fault Lines.
As a result of precautionary measures, South Korea was able to minimize voters’ risk of exposure to the coronavirus while maintaining the integrity of its election.
If the issues encountered this spring are left unaddressed, Ohio voters may expect similar confusion and delays in November.
What are the pandemic-related challenges for the Granite State ahead of the November general election?
The response to the global pandemic by African countries and their external partners has been hampered by a lack of coordination. To streamline efforts to combat the coronavirus in Africa, the U.S. should consider exporting the “Quad Plus” framework used in the Indo-Pacific.
The Justice Department announced the indictments against two Chinese private citizens, Li Xiaoyu (known as Oro0lxy) and Dong Jiazhi, for unauthorized infiltration of computers and the theft of terabytes of COVID-19 research data. The pair were indicted in the Eastern District of Washington.
On Wednesday, July 22, at 9:00 a.m., the House Homeland Security Committee will hold a hearing on the national response to the worsening coronavirus pandemic.