David P. Fidler

David P. Fidler is a Senior Fellow for Global Health and Cybersecurity at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Governance

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

Governance

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

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

Governance

Global Health and the Declaration for the Future of the Internet

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

Governance

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

Governance

Guns, Germs, and Gases

The invasion of Ukraine darkens the future for global health

Governance

Noncommunicable Diseases and Foreign Policy on Global Health

The pandemic and climate change will deepen foreign policy disinterest in NCDs

Governance

The Ukraine Crisis, COVID-19, and Global Health

The Russian threat to Ukraine has nothing to do with the pandemic, but the situation has implications for global health

Governance

Pandemic Governance Negotiations and U.S. Foreign Policy

Ready or not, the future of pandemic governance will be determined next year

Governance

The Summit for Democracy and U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, this week's summit underscores the need to rethink global health in foreign policy

Governance

The Case Against a Pandemic Treaty

Strengthening global health governance after COVID-19 does not require a pandemic treaty