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An epic American failure
The U.S. response to the killing of George Floyd and protests in its aftermath

June 1, 2020  •  New York Daily News

How a nation responds to a tragedy says much not only about the character of its people, but also the quality of its political leadership. The response of America's leaders on both sides of the political aisle to the killing of George Floyd and the looting and rioting it has sparked has been disappointing at best, outrageous at worst.

For those appalled by Floyd's death and the ensuing protests, mayhem and violence in 140 cities across the nation, consider another incendiary moment in American history.

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Chernobyl -- Here's what I saw, heard and felt when I visited the site last year

May 2, 2020  •  Fox News

Last week in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, Ukrainians commemorated the 34th anniversary of another catastrophe --- the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the world's worst nuclear accident.

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The Palm Beach Model
A popular Florida town didn't wait for help before responding to Covid-19.

April 7, 2020  •  City Journal

In a stunning reversal last week, Florida governor Ron DeSantis ordered Floridians to restrict nonessential travel and stay home for the next month to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Only a week earlier, DeSantis had berated the "stay at home" executive orders signed by 33 governors as "inappropriate," given the likely dire disruption of Florida's tourist-driven economy. But as Covid-19 cases and deaths in Florida mounted—by Thursday, over 11,000 people had contracted the virus, and 191 had died—pressure mounted to implement state-wide measures. DeSantis relented.

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A Biosecurity Failure
America's key lab for fighting infectious disease has become a Pentagon backwater.

March 21, 2020  •  City Journal

For the past 50 years, the nation's leading biodefense laboratory has been at the forefront of combatting infectious-disease threats to the United States. But the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), at Fort Detrick, Maryland, has been largely missing in action from the fight to contain the coronavirus. So far, more than 22,000 people in America have been diagnosed with the virus, and more than 280 have died from the respiratory disease associated with Covid-19. U.S. infection rates are likely to climb precipitously as more testing becomes available.

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Israel (over?)reacts to the virus
A debate is underway about how much isolation coronavirus requires

March 6, 2020  •  New York Daily News

Panic over coronavirus has spread throughout the Middle East even faster than the virus itself. But nowhere in this volatile region is the anxiety as broad and as deep as in Israel.

What war, terrorism and economic boycotts of Israel have failed to achieve, fear over Covid-19 seems to be accomplishing: New government measures to combat the virus are poised to isolate the Jewish state from much of the world and depress the region's most vibrant economy.

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Books by Judith Miller

Cover of The Story: A Reporter's Journey Cover of Germs Cover of God Has Ninety-Nine Names Cover of Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf Cover of One, by One, by One

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