Global Health

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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

Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

It has proven to be "a good investment with astonishing results in saving lives"

Governance

A Plan B to Strengthen Biosafety and Biosecurity

A "minilateral" approach is needed to strengthen global biorisk management

Aging

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

Environment

Flu: When Spillovers Spill Over

The high risk of H5 influenza in North America this fall

Governance

The United States Needs a Foreign Health Service

Advancing American interests in global health requires transforming U.S. health diplomacy

Governance

What to Expect This Winter

Our questions about the "tripledemic"—COVID-19, flu, and RSV—are answered by public health expert Ali H. Mokdad

Food

Don't Eat Blackberries on September 29—and Other Food Superstitions

Some cultures around the world believe certain foods may affect your luck

Governance

Three Years In

As India approaches the third anniversary of COVID, Ramanan Laxminarayan takes the temperature of the country's health

Poverty

Ebola in Uganda

An interview with emergency physician and Ebola survivor Craig Spencer

Governance

The Escalation of the Ukraine War and Global Health

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

Governance

Back From the Brink

A plan of action for the pandemic preparedness and response Financial Intermediary Fund