An Open-Air Prison: Gaza’s Worsening Health and Humanitarian Crises

As casualty numbers increase, Gaza’s already fragile health-care system will soon cease to function

Shockwaves From the Israel-Hamas War Threaten Global Health

The conflict unleashes a cascade of bad consequences for global health endeavors


A Holy River at Risk

The iconic Jordan River is threatened by pollution, overuse, and climate change, but efforts are underway to save it


Syndemic Urbanism: Urban Injustice in Traumatized Cities

How violence, neglect, and health are entangled in urban territories


Gaza and the West Bank: Reflections From a Psychiatrist

Q&A with a Doctors Without Borders physician working in a traumatized region


A New Era for Health Policy and Systems Research

It is now time to boost and embed health policy and systems research to handle crucial questions related to COVID-19