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Governance

There is a new world of challenges for global health governance, with shifting donor priorities and evolving health needs in many low- and middle-income nations. This section offers an inside look at the ways in which global health governance is adapting to these changes, with a focus on the institutions, rules, and processes that govern the health of people across the world.

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North Korea's COVID-19 Crisis: An Impossible Outbreak in the "Impossible State"

Victor Cha, Korea chair at CSIS, on the health, political, and economic factors shaping North Korea's outbreak

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

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The G7 Summit's Geopolitical Pivot Signals a Difficult Future for Global Health

The G7's focus on war, power, and ideology overshadowed global health concerns

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Monkeypox Transmission Explained

David Pigott tracks the spread of diseases with outbreak potential—Ebola, Zika, COVID-19—so we asked him about monkeypox

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Five Billion Reasons for Ramping Up Global Surgery

Creating surgical and anesthesia capacity is a win for pandemic preparedness

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Power Cuts in South Africa Wreak Havoc on Health Care

New and alternative energy solutions are needed to keep pace with hospitals' needs

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The World Health Assembly Takes Steps Toward Global Health Reforms

Countries began to reshape global health governance but left themselves room to change course

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In Brazil, a City Councilor from Belo Horizonte Has Big Plans

Gabriel Azevedo quotes de Tocqueville, owns a jazz bar, and rides a bike—he's the modern leader his hometown needs

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Tucker Carlson Blasts the Pandemic Treaty as a Threat to the American Way of Life

The Fox News pundit joined the global health debate and invited viewers to think about what he said—so I did

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A Help Wanted Sign for Health Workers

What the ratio of doctors to nurses in Bangladesh and the Philippines tells us about the global health worker shortage