Air Quality, Health, and Climate Conversations

More than 90 percent of the world breathes polluted air

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


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


Eight Billion and Counting

The world's population is on the verge of hitting eight billion people, and advances in health are behind the increase


Visibly Invisible: Taiwan and Global Health

The legacy of the past and practices of the present, dictate whose voices are heard


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


The Short-Lived COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate in Beijing

Social media backlash may have influenced officials in China's capital who walked back vaccine requirements


China's Attack on a Top Industrial Health Hazard

How China is bringing the devastating lung disease pneumoconiosis to its knees


The Economic Cost of China's Lasting Zero-COVID Strategy

Refusing to buy global mRNA vaccines risks lives and livelihoods


Defanging COVID-19 in China

China has successfully managed the pandemic, omicron could change that


Growing Old in China in the Age of Abundance

A rapidly aging population has witnessed China's ascension to economic security, due in part to better health


How Hong Kong Is Coping with a Tremendous Omicron Wave

Gabriel Leung, the dean of the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, on the COVID spike


Skiing, Skating, Swabbing for COVID-19—It's the Olympic Games in Beijing

An interview with Brian McCloskey, head of the Beijing 2022 Medical Expert Panel 


The Global Sentiment of Gratitude

The wondrous ways communities around the world give thanks