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Collateral Damage of the U.S. Withdrawal from the WHO: Frontline Responders

Retreating from WHO in the middle of a pandemic dishonors and endangers health-care workers at home and around the globe

Governance

Midsummer for the Season—But Not the Coronavirus

A case in poor leadership, the U.S. containment strategy has lacked clarity, consistency, credibility, and compassion

Governance

Why Global Health is Missing its Moment

The field has always been political, but our refusal to engage as such has sidelined experts just as they're most needed

Governance

White Supremacy in Global Health

A Juneteenth pledge to continue the ever-changing march toward anti-racism, ending oppression, and achieving justice

Gender

The Color and Gender of COVID: Essential Workers, Not Disposable People

Women of color sit at the intersection of race and gender disparities—they should be at the center of policy solutions

Gender

Silenced Voices in Global Health

The field has come a long way from its colonial past, but global health still falls short of being diverse and inclusive

Governance

Coronavirus in Ecuador

Pandemic highlights need for a future broad, multidisciplinary, independent commission to inform science-based decisions

Environment

Coronavirus in Samoa

Serendipitous twist of a tragic 2019 measles outbreak may have left small island nation unusually prepared for COVID-19

Gender

What Other Sectors Can Show for Women's Leadership in COVID-19

Lessons on inclusion from the fields of conflict resolution, security, and business

Governance

What We Talk About When We Talk About Coronavirus

A gendered and political analysis of world leaders’ COVID-19 pandemic statements in March 2020

Gender

Fighting COVID-19 With One Hand Tied Behind Our Backs?

For better health security, it's time to end gender biases that keep women out of global health leadership positions