The grim reaper? Coronavirus and the elderly in the United States and Australia
The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the world brings more than illness, death and economic chaos; it brings existential and ethical dilemmas about how to provide care for the elderly who are most at risk of contracting the virus and who are dying as a consequence.
Trump moves to open the economy
President Trump has set a goal for the United States to be "opened up and raring to go" by Easter on April 12, labelling it a “beautiful timeline” to work towards. The optimistic message of economic resurrection clashes with advice from public health experts as well as the World Health Oragnization, who have warned that the United States could be the new coronavirus epicentre.
Public opinion in the age of Trump: The United States and Australia compared
A comprehensive comparison of public opinion in Australia and the United States on topics ranging from social security, abortion, the #MeToo movement, climate change, gun control, the future of work, China and trade overwhelmingly concludes that Americans and Australians aren’t as similar as we might assume.