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Migration

The United Nations estimates that more than 270 million people migrate between countries annually. This section considers the ways in which changes in health are a driver of migration—both within and between countries—as well as how migration and the ways in which migrants are treated affect human health.

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The Geopolitics of Polio in Southeast Asia

The risk of re-emergence highlights the looming political choices Southeast Asia now needs to make to protect its people

Don’t Call Them Climate Refugees

The majority of people displaced by climate change won’t cross international borders, will not be refugees or migrants

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Medical Diplomacy—Lessons From Cuba

COVID-19 is a chance to design more efficient, equitable, and ethical health care responses during a crisis

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Avoiding Another COVID-19 Surge in the United States

Keeping tabs on movement, infections, and testing are crucial to containing the virus

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Coronavirus, War, and Yemen in Between: A Recipe for Disaster

Without a collective effort to suppress COVID-19 in conflict zones, people in those areas will pay the highest price