David P. Fidler

David P. Fidler is a senior fellow for global health and cybersecurity at the Council on Foreign Relations. 

Governance

The Monkeypox Outbreak and Foreign Policy

The outbreak has limited implications for U.S. foreign policy on global health

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Changing Foreign Policy on Cyberspace: Lessons for U.S. Global Health Engagement

Proposals to transform U.S. cyber foreign policy can inform rethinking global health engagement

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Supreme Court Decisions and U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

Recent rulings from the court have consequences for U.S. global health engagement

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The G7 Summit's Geopolitical Pivot Signals a Difficult Future for Global Health

The G7's focus on war, power, and ideology overshadowed global health concerns

Governance

The World Health Assembly Takes Steps Toward Global Health Reforms

Countries began to reshape global health governance but left themselves room to change course

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Tucker Carlson Blasts the Pandemic Treaty as a Threat to the American Way of Life

The Fox News pundit joined the global health debate and invited viewers to think about what he said—so I did

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Five Questions for the World Health Assembly

The assembly meets as global health transitions into a dangerous post-COVID world

Governance

U.S. War Aims, Health, and the Armed Conflict in Ukraine

Ambitious U.S. objectives in the war will affect health on Ukrainian battlefields and in nations beyond

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The Domestic Sources of U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

The transformation of American politics threatens foreign policy engagement on global health

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Global Health and the Declaration for the Future of the Internet

The declaration takes geopolitical and ideological stands that raise questions for global health

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U.S. Foreign Policy, Global Health, and the Challenge of Institutional Reform

Rethinking U.S. engagement on global health requires transforming domestic and international institutions

Governance

Four Failures and an Invasion

Comparing responses to COVID-19 and the Ukraine war points to a difficult future for global health