David P. Fidler

David P. Fidler is a Senior Fellow for Global Health and Cybersecurity at the Council on Foreign Relations. In 2009 and 2010, he participated in the Interagency Afghanistan Integrated Civilian-Military Pre-Deployment Training Course and the Provincial Reconstruction Team Orientation Course at the Foreign Service Institute.

Governance

From Synergies to Tragedies: 9/11, Terrorism, and Pathogenic Threats

After the 9/11 and anthrax attacks, efforts to mesh counterterrorism and public health have failed

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Pandemics, Pathological Politics, and International Order

A review of the new book "Aftershocks" by Colin Kahl and Thomas Wright

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The Afghanistan Disaster and U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

The Taliban's triumph has terrible implications for past, present, and future U.S. foreign policy on global health

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Here We Go Again: U.S. Policy and Health Security

Framing pandemics as security threats failed to prepare the United States for COVID-19

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A New Global Health Order?

Low-income countries and non-alignment in the wake of the pandemic

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Global Health's Reckoning with Realpolitik

Geopolitics, global health, and foreign policy

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A New Era in U.S. Global Health Leadership?

What the World Health Assembly meeting revealed

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U.S. Foreign Policy and Global Health Explored

A series on the future of U.S. engagement on global health

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Six Things to Watch at The World Health Assembly

Expect pandemic politics and demands to end health inequities

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President Biden's Foreign Policy and National Security Approach to Global Health Comes into Clearer Focus

Thinking about U.S. foreign policy and national security on global health in a post-pandemic world is important

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President Biden's First Foreign Policy Speech: Reality Check or Missed Opportunity for Global Health?

Convincing the world that the United States is back in terms of global health will be a long and arduous road