Jennifer Zambone | 03 Aug 2004 | TCS Daily
Martha Stewart made people feel obscurely guilty for failing to tat a matching bedspread/tablecloth ensemble as a wedding present for the postman. Think what she could do on issues about which we really should feel guilty, like malaria.
Roger Bate & Benjamin Schwab | 29 Jul 2004 | TCS Daily
In dealing with authoritarian governments, Robert McNamara's legacy as president of the World Bank has always been controversial.
Roger Bate | 03 Jun 2004 | National Review Online
A hated pesticide saves lives.
Richard Tren | 28 May 2004 | Wall Street Journal
The notion that climate change will spread malaria to areas that were previously malaria free has increasing cachet because it seems logical. If temperatures and rainfall increase, there will be more mosquitoes and therefore, the argument goes, there will be more malaria. Yet science and the long history of man, mosquitoes and malaria belie this scenario.
Richard Tren | 26 May 2004 | TCS Daily
Uganda's nascent war against malaria needs all the friends it can get.
Roger Bate | 30 Apr 2004 | National Review Online
When it comes to malaria, pointing fingers is the best medicine.
Roger Bate | 25 Apr 2004 | Washington Post
We're fighting malaria with outmoded techniques for no good reason.
None | 25 Apr 2004 | Africa Fighting Malaria
South Africa's leading malaria control experts, researchers and doctors support and endorse the use of the insecticide DDT to control malaria. Their statement is released in light of recent claims that DDT is harmful to human health and should be removed from South Africa's malaria control programme.
Roger Bate | 15 Apr 2004 | TCS Daily
Roger Bate laments Nixon's role in banning DDT through the Environmental Protection Agency.
Jennifer Zambone | 06 Apr 2004 | National Review Online
This past Sunday marked "Africa Malaria Day," a day to remember that malaria continues to rage on that continent, killing at least one million people each year.