What Ebola Means for West Africa and the World

*UPDATE: This article was written on August 27, 2014. As of October 3, 2014, the CDC estimates the number of people that have died from contracting ebola in the current outbreak has increased to 3,439, and the number of people sickened by ebola (as measured by laboratory confirmed cases) has increased to 4,108. Additionally, the … Read more

Critical Analysis: Tobacco and Trans-Pacific Trade

The United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, South Korea, Vietnam, and five other countries stand to gain a great deal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”), a potential lucrative regional trade agreement. The agreement would further lower tariffs and other trade barriers to commerce. However, countries have not been able to agree on how the issue … Read more