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How to Fund the Ebola Fight

Paula Kavathas YaleGlobal, 18 September 2014
To combat Ebola, other infectious diseases, the US could impose $3 tax on international air travel
NEW HAVEN : The Ebola epidemic in West Africa receives daily international coverage, with good reason, as the human and economic crisis intensifies in four nations – Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria. The World Health Organization has called for international cooperation to halt the spread of the deadly virus, advocating for a massive emergency response. More >

War in Ukraine Exposes Russia’s Weakness

Chris Miller YaleGlobal, 16 September 2014
Putin, striving to wield influence over former Soviet states, must compete with EU and rising China

China to Hong Kong: You Can Vote, We Select the Candidates

George Chen YaleGlobal, 11 September 2014
China fears democracy contagion to the mainland if true universal suffrage were allowed in Hong Kong

In the News

Eva Duo, Juro Osawa and Wayne Ma
The Wall Street Journal, 22 September 2014
Alibaba and other Asian tech giants are ready to go head to head with Google, Amazon and Facebook
Gordon Brown
TheWorldPost, 22 September 2014
Interdependence and cooperation are a mark of progress
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld, 22 September 2014
Savvy businesses grasp globalization’s potential and innovate, using the world as their drawing board
Michael Casey
Fortune, 19 September 2014
Ending subsidies for fossil fuels, encouraging efficiency would help all economies
John B. Judis
New Republic, 17 September 2014
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