Suzanne Sataline, STAT

Suzanne Sataline


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Suzanne:

Life as a Covid-19 contact tracer: sleuthing, stress, going off-script

About 50 Yale students have become members of a contact-tracing brigade charged with notifying people who may have been exposed to the coronavirus. → Read More

Hong Kong's lesson: Defeating Covid-19 demands persistence

Physicians and scientists in Hong Kong said they were not surprised by the jump in cases. The pandemic will work in waves, they said. → Read More

Trump Has Started a Brain Drain Back to India

Indian immigrants are a vital pillar of the U.S. economy, but they're starting to reconsider their options. → Read More

Beijing Deals Another Blow to Hong Kong’s Autonomy

An oppressive ruling by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee — aided by a compliant Hong Kong judge — has silenced champions of democracy. → Read More

Is Hong Kong on Its Way to Becoming Just Another City in the P.R.C.?

Pro-democracy protesters march outside the convention center where, on March 26, 2017, Hong Kong elected Carrie Lam as the city's Chief Executive, becoming the first woman to hold the top job. → Read More

Heads, Beijing Wins. Tails, Hong Kong Loses.

The 2017 race for Chief Executive was supposed to be a watershed exercise in democracy. Instead, it's a coronation. → Read More

Workaholic Washingtonians Need Consultants to Help Them Retire

They can afford to, but they aren't emotionally ready. → Read More

This Guy Convinced His Boss to Let Him Take a Sabbatical—And You Could, Too

Everything you need to know to take a sabbatical in Washington—how to convince your boss—and how to make the most of your time off. → Read More

When to Call a Doctor When You're Traveling Overseas

If you’re heading to a foreign land—whether on safari in Africa or to the Olympics—here’s when and why to see a travel-medicine expert. → Read More

Where Does Hong Kong Go From Here?

Five views on the future of Hong Kong’s democracy movement. → Read More

Tracking the Islamic State — With Words

The entire world is talking about ISIS. And we can use big data to find the message amid the clamoring voices. → Read More

Terrorism Is Booming Almost Everywhere But in the United States

With global deaths from terrorism up more than 4,000 percent in a dozen years, can we really call America’s counterterrorism a "success”? → Read More

Can Rwanda Imagine Another President?

The constitution prohibits Paul Kagame from running again. But many Rwandans want him to stay. → Read More

Burma Backslides on Freedom of the Press

As far as Burma’s leaders are concerned, the media is still enemy number one. → Read More

The Undiplomatic Diplomat

Russia hawks on Capitol Hill love Victoria Nuland, the State Department’s point person for Ukraine. Many European diplomats feel the opposite. → Read More

‘Hong Kong Is Quite Seriously Divided’

The rejection of a Beijing-backed election plan isn’t the end to this city’s democracy woes. → Read More

Churchill: Forgive officers who make mistakes while being aggressive, but clobber those who balk at fighting

Churchill fired many generals, but there was one area in which he was inclined to forgive. → Read More

Meet the Man Who Wants to Make Hong Kong a City-State

Amid fears of growing Chinese influence, a radical nativist movement wants to keep Hong Kong for Hong Kongers. → Read More