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September 2014 -
"U.S. Commits Troops and $750M to Ebola Fight," Scientific American, September 17, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin.
"Is the New War on Terror?: A War By Any Other Name," Politico, September 16, 2014, an article by Professor David Cole.
"As epidemic escalates, can U.S. aid for Ebola be deployed quickly enough?," PBS Newshour, September 16, 2014, featuring Professor Lawrence Gostin.
"Families and Communities Still Haven’t Recovered from the Recession: Here’s What We Can Do About It," an op-ed by Indivar Dutta-Gupta, senior fellow at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, in Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity, September 16, 2014.
"Open Internet advocates may gain ground on wireless," coverage in Virginian-Pilot, September 16, 2014, quoting Lecturer in Law Andrew Schwartzman.
"Eye Spy: Private lives, public web," coverage in Times Live, September 15, 2014, quoting Professor Julie Cohen.
"Obama faces challenge in rallying support for his handling of foreign policy crises,"coverage in The Washington Post, September 15, 2014, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.
"General Motors’ Fuel Pump Recall Reveals Patchwork Approach to Auto Safety," New York Times, September 15, 2014, quoting Professor David Vladeck.
"Islamic State sells ‘blood antiquities’ from Iraq and Syria to raise money," an op-ed by Adjunct Professor Mark Vlasic, in The Washington Post, September 14, 2014.
"Virus sharing, genetic sequencing, and global health security," an article in Science Magazine co-written by Professor Lawrence Gostin, faculty director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Alexandra Phelan, L'17, and John Kraemer, L'08, September 12, 2014.