David P. Fidler

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

Environment

PEPFAR Meets Climate Change

Another president's emergency plan for another global health crisis

Environment

Outer Space and Global Health

Space has become more important to global health, creating new challenges and exacerbating old problems

Environment

COP27 Produced a Triple Burden for Climate Policy—And That's Bad News for Global Health

The conference created a "loss and damage" fund but failed on mitigation and adaptation

Governance

At Bali, the G20 Confronts Multidimensional Crises with Empty Diplomatic Rhetoric

The summit revealed the G20's and global health's vulnerabilities in a geopolitical world

Governance

The Midterm Elections and U.S. Policy on Public and Global Health

The elections produced double-edged results for U.S. efforts to strengthen public health at home and abroad

Governance

Global Health Through the Haiti Looking Glass

Another crisis in Haiti sharpens the imperative for new thinking among democracies

Governance

The Escalation of the Ukraine War and Global Health

The war has entered a more dangerous phase with grim portents for health

Governance

The Global Fund, PEPFAR, and U.S. Foreign Policy

COVID-19 raises questions about these global health programs and U.S. national interests

Governance

The Monkeypox Outbreak and Foreign Policy

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

Governance

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

Governance

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

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

Governance

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