On the latest episode of World Class, guests Larry Diamond and Nathaniel Persily discuss what needs to be done to ensure a healthy election in November with host Michael McFaul.
FSI experts David Relman and Michelle Mello say progress will likely be uneven with states each pursuing varying degrees of social distancing and shelter-in-place policies.
Presented by the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center
Presented by FSI's Center for International Security and Cooperation
Presented by FSI's Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law
Presented by Stanford Health Policy
Presented by the Rural Education Action Program and the Center on Food Security and the Environment
Presented by the Cyber Policy Center
Presented by The Europe Center
Presented by the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development
Presented by the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University
Clinical Trials Rebound after COVID-19 Crash, but can Enrollment Gains Continue? — Eli Cahan (Science, 7/23/20).
U.S. Withdrawal from WHO is Unlawful and Threatens Global and U.S. Health and Security — Michele Barry (The Lancet, 7/9/20).
After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China — Jean Oi (The Diplomat, 7/7/20).
COVID-19, an Asteroid and the Need to Co-operate — Donald Emmerson (Global Asia, 6/26/20).
Cybersecurity Lessons From the Pandemic, or Pandemic Lessons From Cybersecurity — Herb Lin (Lawfare, 6/2/20).
Mobilize Pa. National Guard To Secure the June Primary — Nathaniel Persily (The Philadelphia Inquirer, 5/27/20).
The End of Hong Kong As We Knew It — Larry Diamond (The American Interest, 5/26/20).
Behind Trump’s Push To Blame China — Daniel Sneider (The Asia Times, 5/26/20).
Developing Coronavirus Vaccines and Treatments Cooperatively and Not Competitively — Herbert Lin (Lawfare, 5/20/20).
The Pandemic Shows That Putin Is Not a Strong Leader — Michael McFaul (The Washington Post, 5/20/20).
The COVID-19 Test of Democratic Governance — Eileen Donahoe (The American Interest, 5/14/20).
Widespread Testing Might Not Work In America. We Love Our ‘Freedom’ Too Much — Keith Humphreys (The Washington Post, 5/14/20),
How To Use the Next Stimulus To Counter China — Anja Manuel (The Washington Post, 5/12/20).
Weapons, Opportunity Costs, COVID-19 and Avoiding Nuclear War — Steven Pifer (The National Interest, 5/11/20).
Poland’s Presidential Election Just Got More Complicated — Anna Grzymala-Busse (The Washington Post, 5/8/20).
The Wages of American Political Decay — Francis Fukuyama (The American Interest, 5/6/20).
The Ethics and Law Behind So-Called Immunity Passports — David Studdert (FSI News, 5/6/20).
Virus Experts Aren’t Getting the Message Out — Renee DiResta (The Atlantic, 5/6/20).
Counting On Coronavirus Luck Is Not a Fall Election Strategy. Best Bet Is Vote By Mail — Larry Diamond (USA Today, 5/4/20).
As Chinese Propaganda On COVID-19 Grows, U.S. Social Media Must Act — Vanessa Molter, Renee DiResta, Alex Stamos (The Washington Post, 4/27/20).
Will America Remain a Democracy in 2020? — Larry Diamond (The American Interest, 4/24/20).
The Next Public Health Crisis: Mass Unemployment — Eli Cahan (Scientific American, 4/21/20).
Patronage and the Pandemic — Didi Kuo (The American Interest, 4/20/20).
America’s COVID-19 Disaster Is a Setback for Democracy — Larry Diamond (The Atlantic, 4/16/20).
We Need To Start Preparing For the November Election Now — Michael McFaul (The Washington Post, 4/15/20).
It’s Not Easy for Ordinary Citizens to Identify Fake News. And Fake Coronavirus News Is No Exception — Nate Persily (The Washington Post, 4/7/20).
For China, the ‘USA Virus’ Is a Geopolitical Ploy — Renee DiResta (The Atlantic, 4/11/20).
Aftershocks: The Coronavirus Pandemic and the World Disorder — Colin Kahl (War On the Rocks, 4/10/20).
When Pandemics Come to Slums — Paul Wise (Brookings, 4/6/20).
Eastern European Nationalism to Find a Fertile Ground in COVID-19 Pandemic — Veronica Anghel (Medium, 4/3/20).
Coronavirus Conspiracy Claims: What’s Behind a Chinese Diplomat’s COVID-19 Misdirection — Vanessa Molter and Graham Webster (FSI News, 3/31/20).
The Thing That Determines a Country’s Resistance to the Coronavirus — Francis Fukuyama (The Atlantic, 3/30/20).
America Should Build an International Coalition — Brett McGurk (The Atlantic, 3/29/20).
How We Can Manage the Pandemic and Preserve Democracy — Larry Diamond (The American Interest, 3/27/20).
Care In the Time of Corona: Reflecting On My Calling as a Physician — Megha Shankar (FSI News, 3/27/20).
It’s Imperative for the U.S. and China to Work Together On the Coronavirus Pandemic — Michael McFaul (The Washington Post, 3/26/20).
We Must Vote in November. This Is How to Ensure That We Can — Nate Persily (The New York Times, 3/26/20).
Is Coronavirus as Deadly as They Say? — Eran Bendavid and Jay Bhattacharya (The Wall Street Journal, 3/24/20).
How People and Platforms Spread Stories During a Global Health Crisis — Renee DiResta (Slate, 3/20/20).
How Chinese State Media Shapes Conversations On the Coronavirus — Vanessa Molter (FSI News, 3/19/20).
COVID-19 Reduces Economic Activity, Which Reduces Pollution, and Saves Lives — Marshall Burke (G-Feed, 3/8/20).