A piece in Barrons that summarised the international state of play in the Pandemic. Written with Arthur L. Caplan, Oliver Feeney, and Vojin Rakic
What Covid vaccines could teach us about the future of flu - a piece on the ABC
A piece for the ABC that compares Australia's and Serbia's approaches to Covid vaccines.
Each time we expect the pandemic to be over COVID-19 throws a new variant it us. If we never eradicate the virus how will be know when the pandemic is over?
A piece exploring opposing sources of anger about vaccines. There are the angry anti-vaxxers. But there are also people intensely disappointed that our vaccines haven't yet ended the pandemic.
A piece exploring the immense difficulties in reasoning with people who form themselves into either a virtual or real-world mob.
It's difficult to reason with anti-vaxxers. Perhaps the best option is to focus on the irrational aspects of our natures. We are all driven by motives that have nothing to do with reason. It doesn't matter what our attitude toward vaccination is.
This explores a downside of so many effective vaccines.
The awkward transition from keeping COVID-19 out to vaccinating against it.
A look back on the year since Kiwi lockdown
This piece defends the view that New Zealand's success against the coronavirus may be largely down to Māori ethical ideas.
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