The Israeli government has reauthorized the General Security Agency to share metadata with the Ministry of Health for the purpose of combating the coronavirus.
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Senate Judiciary Committee Examines the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Coronavirus-Related Suits Against China
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on “the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, Coronavirus, and Addressing China’s Culpability”—and the proceedings demonstrated that this corner of foreign relations law has become a political lightning rod.
Several individuals, small businesses and states have filed a total of at least 14 different suits against China (and affiliated entities and officials) based on its perceived culpability in causing the coronavirus pandemic.
On Tuesday, June 23, at 11:00 a.m., the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hold a hearing on oversight of the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, June 15, at 12:00 p.m., the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will hold a hearing on the impact of COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa.
China has led the aid response to the coronavirus crisis in Africa. The United States should step up.
The Cyber Solarium Commission’s new white paper explores what the coronavirus can teach us about how to prepare for a major cyber attack. But it also highlights cybersecurity principles that would have been and are relevant to responding to the current pandemic.
The administration’s floundering response to the pandemic, along with its efforts to limit oversight through existing mechanisms, provides ample evidence of the need for a congressional probe.
China has tried to build goodwill with its "mask diplomacy," but its efforts are backfiring.
China proposes a restrictive new law giving the CCP greater control over Hong Kong, and changes tack to support an investigation into the coronavirus’s origins. Meanwhile, the United States further restricts sales to Huawei, and TSMC plans a new semiconductor plant in Arizona.