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Covid-19 killed millions but four years to the day after the WHO declared an international emergency, countries cannot agree a treaty to head off a new pandemic

A Better Way To Fight Future Pandemics

Four years after the emergence of Covid-19, the conversation in global public health has moved on from dealing with an immediate crisis to how we can best prepare for the next pandemic.
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Data privacy

Brands Need New Answers As Consumers Shun Cookies

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation law has been in place since 2018 and has applied to both companies based in the EU, and to any American companies serving consumers in the EU. Now, similar data privacy laws are coming into effect across the US, meaning these rules will also apply to most domestic companies.
Sudanese army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan visits the Flamingo Marine Base in Port Sudan on August 28, 2023

History Rhymes In Africa Amid Sudan Chaos

Last month, United States Members of Congress wrote U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken seeking additional information about U.S. strategies for atrocity prevention and justice in Sudan.
Stacked containers are shown as ships unload their cargo at the Port of Los Angeles

Supply Chain 2024: Expect Stormy Waters

In order to build resilience and ensure that our shipping plans can withstand all potential shocks and disruptions, it's crucial to keep an eye on changing events and be prepared for wherever they might lead us in the near future.

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