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Why Carefully Designed Public Vaccination Mandates Can—and Should—Withstand Constitutional Challenge
Pre-pandemic precedents provide important—but incomplete—guidance to courts as they grapple with challenges to a rapidly rising wave of coronavirus vaccination mandates.
A proposed coronavirus commission could provide a fuller picture of the government’s response to the pandemic. But its success depends on how it is staffed.
An examination of network demands in the face of the coronavirus.
The digital apps can be effective in curbing coronavirus spread—but not everyone will benefit from them.
India, now the global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, is wrestling with what is likely its greatest crisis since Partition. This post walks through the various factors that led the world’s largest democracy from confidence to chaos.
The Return to Balfour: Israel’s Supreme Court Strikes Down Coronavirus Regulations Curbing the Right to Protest
The court’s decisions in the three cases brought Israel back into the democratic fold.
After a positive initial response, many countries were hit hard by the second wave and face challenges securing vaccines.
The Biden administration’s initial invocations of the Defense Production Act are likely to be the first of many additional steps that the administration will take to address the evolving needs of the ongoing national health crisis.
Many have discussed the shortcomings of contract-tracing apps during the pandemic. The real problem is the lack of adequate social and public health infrastructure in the U.S.