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Richard E. Chaisson

Richard E. Chaisson

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Richard E. Chaisson is professor of medicine, epidemiology and international health and Director of the Center for Tuberculosis Research at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. He is also principal investigator of the Consortium to Respond Effectively to the AIDS/TB Epidemic (CREATE), an international research consortium to assess the impact of novel strategies for controlling HIV-related TB.

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    The Good and Bad in Germany's Election

    Jan-Werner Mueller

    While the composition of Germany’s next government remains unknown, there are already some lessons that can be drawn from the outcome of the federal election. The most important is that mainstream parties can succeed without pandering to populists and attempting to co-opt far-right movements.

    argues that German voters chose policy over populism, but that the far right will be encouraged by the result.
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