Germany’s response to COVID-19 consists of federal delegation, state regulation, and multi-level cooperation.
The Israeli judiciary exerts oversight and influence over the executive’s COVID-19 response.
Political and constitutional constraints hinder the EU’s response to the economic crisis.
As Italy begins its second phase of COVID-19 regulation, trust in government regulatory action is essential.
Administrative accountability demands resilient courts, especially in emergencies.
Executive action, and judicial deference to it, dominate India’s pandemic response.
The United Kingdom’s lockdown measures prompt questions of its legality.
The government’s response to COVID-19 highlights the importance of expertise and cooperation in regulation.
Israel’s executives have authority to combat COVID-19, but they appear to be abusing their power.
Promoting international agreements can enhance regulatory cooperation over public health.
Australia disabled fundamental checks on its regulatory system to respond to COVID-19.
Italy’s early missteps in responding to the coronavirus can teach the world lessons on responding to pandemics.