As global COVID-19 cases passed 2 million, President Donald Trump faced widespread opposition to his decision to cut U.S. funding to the World Health Organization, which he blames for the crisis. Meanwhile, demonstrators in Michigan, Kentucky and North Carolina protested social distancing restrictions, and Trump, saying U.S. deaths have "peaked," faced pushback from some business leaders on his efforts to restart society. Experts say that would require significantly expanding testing.
If not WHO, whom? That's unclear, writes John McLaughlin, OZY columnist and former deputy CIA director, saying the crisis "vividly demonstrates to governments and populations the need for transnational action."