April 23, 2020

Texas A&M University experts say state prison officials are facing challenging decisions on whether to keep inmates in the system – risking more COVID-19 infections among inmates and workers – or let some out, which could increase community spread and, possibly, crime.


April 15, 2020

Just six weeks ago, large academic hospital systems like mine paid $1.25 for an N95 mask. Simple in their design and manufacturing, these masks are an effective tool for keeping clinicians and patients safe from the transmission of infectious diseases. With COVID-19 pu...

April 14, 2020

Experts expect an outflow of expatriate workers from Gulf states as a result of the economic shock delivered by the coronavirus pandemic.

Gulf states rely heavily on foreign workers across all sectors of the economy, from professionals to skilled workers and manual labo...

April 8, 2020

The combined shock of collapsing oil prices and the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the Arab Gulf monarchies to rethink their policies toward the majority of the region’s private-sector workers: expatriates.

The deepest peacetime recession since the 1930s is claiming mi...

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