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Vox featured College of Health Professions global health expert and assistant professor Ana B. Amaya in "Is Russia first to a Covid-19 vaccine? Not so fast."

08/14/2020

Vox featured College of Health Professions global health expert and assistant professor Ana B. Amaya in "Is Russia first to a Covid-19 vaccine? Not so fast."

Ana B. Amaya, a global health expert and assistant professor at Pace University, told me that political interests always risk overtaking good public health practices, because there isn’t any way to really force countries to obey a set of rules. But transparency is key, she said. The more likely that everyone can have confidence that Russia’s vaccine actually works is a good thing — including, very much so, for Russia.

“The very important part right now is getting the science right, and making sure that we’re producing the vaccine that’s actually going to be safe and help people against Covid-19,” she said. 

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"Vox" featured Haub Law Professor Mimi Rocah in "The big question about Manafort’s reported plea deal with Mueller: will he cooperate?"

09/14/2018

"Vox" featured Haub Law Professor Mimi Rocah in "The big question about Manafort’s reported plea deal with Mueller: will he cooperate?"

...Yet if the ABC News report is right, Mueller was disinclined to let Manafort off the hook too easily. Specifically, Santucci and Mosk’s sources claimed Mueller was seeking Manafort’s cooperation regarding Trump and the 2016 election.

The leak could well have been coming from Manafort’s team, since these sources claimed Manafort was “resisting” a cooperation deal and “pushing” for one that wouldn’t require that, “at least as related to the president.”

As former federal prosecutor Mimi Rocah pointed out on Twitter, the very framing of this was odd. “Prosecutors don’t say cooperate [about] one specific person,” she wrote. “They say cooperate, tell the truth about everything and everyone or no deal.” The idea that Manafort could cut a cooperation deal that wouldn’t require telling the truth about Trump doesn’t really make sense. The real question is whether he’d commit to cooperate, or not.

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