Campaigns have had to cancel fundraisers that make up a significant portion of their revenue and modify their engagement over social media and email to strike the right tone for the moment.
International criminal organizations are now exploiting the coronavirus crisis. The corrupt and criminal entities that thrive on illicit financial flows, or the transfer of illegally earned money across borders, can seize the moment.
In recent decades Russia has been too focused on the United States. On the eve of the third decade of the 21st century Russians should arm themselves with patience, set their eyes on the domestic affairs, and establish smooth and balanced relations with far stronger China.
In any crisis, even in the midst of a pandemic, there is a moment where everybody might benefit from taking a deep breath and thinking clearly about the way forward.
The cancer on Hungarian democracy preceded the virus, and we did too little to try to stop it sooner.
The nation-wide lockdown was a sudden decision announced by the Prime Minister. It has huge implications for society, the poor in particular.
The coronavirus doesn’t care about borders, geopolitics, or any other man-made obstacles to cooperation.
The United States should be the convening authority and coordinator of a response to a global threat now taking the lives of its own citizens.
The coronavirus pandemic will most likely prove to be a painful accelerant of global trends—exposing vulnerabilities and magnifying the challenge of navigating a crowded, complicated, and competitive international landscape.
A major reason for the quick spread of the coronavirus is the lack of orchestration in the international effort to contain it. Currently, protection and monitoring measures are decided by authorities in different countries, whose standards and levels of implementation vary.
As the Lebanese lock down, Beirut is being forced to realise how unsustainable its political and economic choices have been.
Women’s political participation is not only a human right, but also key for sustainable development and a thriving democracy.
The EU has gone through many crises over the past decades. But the coronavirus pandemic could well be the ultimate acid test of its resilience as a community based on solidarity and common values.
In the midst of a still-escalating pandemic, most of our attention is rightly focused on dealing with the twin public health and economic emergencies we face.
America is not the first democracy to elect an authoritarian-tinged, populist leader. The pattern from countries with similar experiences is clear.
Can the World Health Organization (WHO) be better than the member states of the United Nations that ultimately have a considerable say on its operations?
Recently, Muslims around the world have pleaded with Islamic scholars to weigh in on the pandemic to give advice and guidance.
The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a new low-point for the already strained relationship between the U.S. and China—and it could get worse in the months ahead.
How should a legal framework for data protection balance the imperatives of protecting privacy and ensuring innovation and productivity growth?
Washington’s failure to lead in a moment of global crisis will have lasting effects on its stature in the world.