U.S. Foreign Policy and Global Health
A Pandemic in a More Dangerous World—It's Time to Rethink U.S. Engagement on Global Health
This series focuses on the challenges that U.S. engagement on global health faces in a world battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, divided by power politics, and uncertain about the ability of the United States to sustain global leadership.
This series is made possible by the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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
Rethinking Border Management and Global Health Security after the Pandemic
Border measures will be a more complex and controversial challenge for the post-pandemic world
Pandemics, Pathological Politics, and International Order
A review of the new book "Aftershocks" by Colin Kahl and Thomas Wright
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
Health Security and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Health and Security for Whom?
The pandemic proves that "health security" should no longer drive global health policy
The COVID Pandemic—A Global Crisis in an Era of Great Power Rivalry
The United States must prepare for future pandemics in a geopolitical world