Peter Singer:How (Not) to Fight COVID-19 (Project Syndicate) 
Ramanan Laxminarayan:India’s coronavirus crisis is catching up to the U.S. – it may already be worse (CBS News) 
Xiyue Wang, graduate student:Lessons From Three Years in an Iranian Prison (Foreign Affairs) 
Omar Wasow: 100 days after Tampa Bay protests started, participants find other ways to be heard (Tampa Bay Times) 

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor: The Players’ Revolt Against Racism, Inequality, and Police Terror (The New Yorker)
Imani Perry:White House memo calls for ban on federal agency training that suggests U.S. is racist (USA Today) 

Aly Kassam-Remtulla: Sinophobia, the new Islamophobia (Al Jazeera)

Julian Zelizer:Trump has an uncanny ability to control the narrative. Here’s the message Democrats need to hammer home (CNN)and A Historical Look At Presidents’ Relationships With The Military (WBUR) 
Grigore Pop-Eleches:Putin’s support is weakening. Will that show up in Russia’s regional elections this weekend? (The Washington Post) 
Paul Frymer:Why 2020 may be a signal year for the American labor movement (Salon)
Pico Iyer, visiting lecturer in the Humanities Council:The Best Reason to Go to College (The New York Times) 

Forrest Meggers and Eric Teitelbaum: Cooling off without air-conditioning (The Washington Post)
Jamie Rankin: The weird space that lies outside our Solar System (BBC Future) 
Tim Searchinger: Hamburgers are hard on the planet. These cattle ranchers are trying to change that (CNN) 
Stephen Kotkin:Holistic and lasting sustainability (