Asha Rangappa

Yale's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs

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Asha Rangappa is a senior lecturer at Yale University's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. She is a former special agent in the Counterintelligence Division of the FBI.

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The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

The politics of stay-at-home orders, plus the ethics of online shopping

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

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