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Monkeypox in India—Facing the World's Latest Health Threat

Barely back on its feet from COVID-19, India eyes monkeypox with trepidation

The Monkeypox Outbreak and Foreign Policy

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

Governance

Omicron BA.5: What to Know About COVID-19's Latest, More Contagious Variant

Public health expert Ali H. Mokdad answers our COVID questions this week 

Trade

Sharpening the Tools in the Pandemic-Ending Toolbox

After nearly two years of negotiation, the WTO makes a decision about COVID-19 vaccine production and access

Environment

China's Attack on a Top Industrial Health Hazard

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

Governance

Just How Do Deaths Due to COVID-19 Stack Up?

Despite a likely undercount in many places, COVID-19 is the leading killer in most of Latin America and Western Europe

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

Vaccine Equity: Changing the Status Quo

High-income countries need to take responsibility for COVID failures and commit to a realignment of global structures

Poverty

Paul Farmer Believed Global Health and Health Equity Were About Teamwork

The director of Stanford's Center for Innovation in Global Health remembers her friend's unwavering mission

Governance

Four Failures and an Invasion

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

Governance

Are Leaders Born or Created?

Becoming a successful physician-leader in Kenya—and anywhere—goes well beyond medical training