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India in the Pandemic: Successful States vs Flailing Central Government

January 5, 2020

Aryan Dhar While the COVID-19 pandemic was raging across Europe in March, India’s 1.3 billion people were optimistic—the country had put forth an aggressive response and managed to keep its case count low. India had implemented one of the most...

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Overcompensation or Necessary Precaution? Tracing China’s Response to COVID-19

January 5, 2020

Hui Wen Zheng As China enters a new nationalist era under Xi Jinping’s ethos of strength and prosperity, its reputation as the source of COVID-19 comes at an inconvenient time. After initial suppression, China shared news of COVID-19 and its...

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COVID-19 Federalism: Disparate Government Responses in Canada

January 4, 2020

Marium Nur Vahed The decentralized government response to COVID-19 in Canada has led to considerable discrepancies in caseload and preparedness across the country. By 1 June, the country had experienced 91,705 cases and 7,326 deaths. Despite a strong economy and...

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Contradictory Messaging and Uncoordinated Response has Skyrocketed COVID-19 Cases in Brazil

January 3, 2020

Purushoth Thavendran Brazil’s chaotic response to the COVID-19 pandemic suffers from misaligned priorities, political vendettas, and constant contradiction among all levels of government. Since its first confirmed case on 25 February, Brazil has recorded 514 846 cases as of 1...

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German Pandemic Efficiency: Fiscal Capacity, Logistical Coordination, and Infrastructure

January 2, 2020

Zoe johnson Germany’s response to COVID-19 has been widely praised as a model for pragmatic, effective governance. As of 25 June, Europe’s largest economy has seen 193 807 cases and 9 012 deaths, having tested 5 412 655 people. A...

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From U of T to UN: Undergraduates attend COP25 climate talks in Madrid

December 20, 2019

Along with the world leaders, reporters, activists, Greta Thunberg and academics, six University of Toronto undergraduates travelled to Madrid earlier this month to observe the 25th United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP25.

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Wilson Prichard book ‘Taxing Africa’ one of Foreign Affairs’ Best Books of 2019

December 20, 2019

https://www.foreignaffairs.com/lists/2019-12-19/best-books-2019

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Janice Stein: Conversations on Peaceful Change

December 18, 2019

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Sean Speer for Globe & Mail: Our leaders need to lean into the politics of place

December 16, 2019

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-our-leaders-need-to-lean-into-the-politics-of-place/

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Mel Cappe on CTV News: Business experts advise a wait-and-see approach for new Canada-U.K. trade deal

December 14, 2019

https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/business-experts-advise-a-wait-and-see-approach-for-new-canada-u-k-trade-deal-1.4730759

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