Italy’s early missteps in responding to the coronavirus can teach the world lessons on responding to pandemics.
International organizations need clear principles to guide their response to public health emergencies.
France’s inadequate response to COVID-19 is a failure to prepare, not a failure to predict.
The lives saved by four more weeks of social distancing requirements outweigh the harms to the economy.
Chinese public health and emergency laws contributed to delayed responses to COVID-19.
Leading scholars from around the world discuss the administrative law and regulatory dimensions to the global response to COVID-19.
The most surprising regulatory dimension of the coronavirus crisis may center on the lifting of rules.
As COVID-19 persists, governments must decide whether, when, where, and how to hold elections.
A 70-year old law could help in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak.
Trapped at home with their abusers, victims must rely on programs whose long-term funding remains in doubt.
As the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy, over ten million Americans filed for unemployment insurance.
Responding to the coronavirus outbreak, a federal agency relaxes requirements on medical device manufacturers.