Global Health

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Abortion in China

Writer Leta Hong Fincher reflects on abortion, women's rights, and the resilient feminist movement in China

Health Care in Africa: The Challenges of Innovating at the Interface of the Public and Private Sectors

An interview with Bright Simons, technology innovator, development activist, and social entrepreneur

Governance

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

Governance

A "Third Way" for World Order After COVID-19

The pandemic will accelerate the development of a "multiplex" world

Governance

Finally "Inside," New Office of Global Affairs Director Is Looking Out

Loyce Pace gives a glimpse into her role in the Biden Administration

Governance

The Politics of Primary Health Care

A Q & A with health leaders from Costa Rica and Thailand

Governance

To Decolonize Global Health, We Must Examine the Global Political Economy

We cannot talk about decolonizing without discussing colonialism's most fundamental legacy in global health

Governance

President Biden's First Foreign Policy Speech: Reality Check or Missed Opportunity for Global Health?

Convincing the world that the United States is back in terms of global health will be a long and arduous road

Urbanization

Bridging Health Gaps With Inclusive Urbanization

To tackle health disparities, the global health community must promote inclusive urbanization