Category Archives: Crisis communication

Joe Biden Promised A Way Out Of The Darkness — And The Coronavirus Crisis — As He Accepted The Democratic Nomination For President

Henry J. Gomez & Molly Hensley-Clancy of BuzzFeed – The speech, broadcast from Wilmington, Delaware, tied the existential themes Biden and Democrats have pushed since the beginning of his campaign into a tight, forward-looking case to move the country past … Continue reading

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New York Is the Epicenter of the World

Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal – New York I asked for the dateline in pride for my beloved city. For the third time in 20 years it’s been the epicenter of a world-class crisis—9/11, the 2008 financial crisis … Continue reading

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How Coronavirus Tests Actually Work

Maggie Koerth of FiveThirtyEight – The coronavirus crisis is in large part a testing crisis. We are reading about tests. Arguing about tests. And, in many cases, struggling mightily to obtain tests for ourselves. But while test shortages are making … Continue reading

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Is $1 trillion enough to stop a recession?

 Zachary B. Wolf of CNN – The US and governments around the world continue barreling into uncharted territory as they seek to contain COVID-19 — and deal with the sudden resulting halt to the world economy. – President Donald Trump reached back … Continue reading

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Can Trump Handle a Foreign Crisis?

He’ll face one eventually, and there’s good reason to worry the administration will be unprepared. Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal – Someday this White House will face a sudden, immediate and severe foreign-policy crisis. It’s almost a miracle … Continue reading

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