Caroline Kantis

Caroline Kantis is associate editor for Think Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). She previously worked as a research associate for global health, interdepartmental program assistant, and interned for the Director of Studies at CFR. Prior to joining CFR, Caroline worked for Deal Street Asia in Singapore. She graduated with a BA in international relations and a MA in security policy studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs. Caroline also attended Sciences Po, in Paris, France and Fudan University, in Shanghai, China. 


Best of 2023

Our favorite Think Global Health stories from 2023


How Avian Flu Will Affect Your Thanksgiving

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The Life of a Foreign Aid Practitioner

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Bringing New Life to Plastics

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How to Unwind This Summer

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Life in Plastic

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Our Favorite Global Health Podcasts

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A Look at Women's Protests

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Our top fifteen favorite reads of the year


The Global Sentiment of Gratitude

The wondrous ways communities around the world give thanks


A Touch of Green

Snapshots from cities creating green spaces and sustainable structures