A moment of opportunity

May 26, 2020

As we have all become aware, the onslaught of COVID-19 has brought about untold misery. With every life having dignity, every death is a tragedy. […]

Fear and stolen promise: Implications for the poor in our response to the global pandemic

May 8, 2020

Policymakers, politicians, and virtually everyone else have voiced opinions on how the coronavirus should have been dealt with, the unprecedented mandate to close down an […]

To choose life or solvency? Fear as a pre-existing condition in COVID-19 mortality in the United States

April 27, 2020

Early in March, a friend of a friend drove himself to the hospital in the throes of COVID-19-induced pneumonia. He was rendered medically unconscious and […]

One concept, two imperatives

April 23, 2020

A simple understanding of integral human development is a short formula: the development of the whole person and the development of each person. This deceptively […]

In The Media

In strategic Djibouti, a microcosm of China’s growing foothold in Africa

December 30, 2019

Joshua Eisenman, associate professor of global affairs, spoke on Chinese economic policy in Africa in a Washington Post article about China’s growing involvement in the African […]