Global Health Security

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Global Health Security

The rapid global movement of people, animals, and goods increases the risks that a local public health crisis could escalate into a worldwide catastrophe. In 2012, the Stimson Global Health Security Program explored the costs of strengthening health systems in developing nations -- and the costs of failing to do so.
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Research and Analysis

May 15, 2013 | EXPERT: Julie E. Fischer

We need a coherent global health strategy that looks beyond each crisis to the bigger picture. The US has invested billions of dollars in confronting health threats abroad - one disease at a time

May 15, 2013 | EXPERT: Julie E. Fischer

We need a coherent global health strategy that looks beyond each crisis to the bigger picture. The 2003 SARS outbreak, when a new and virulent pneumonia spread by international travelers killed hundreds and wreaked havoc on Asian economic growth, illustrated the vulnerability of even developed nations to emerging infections.

May 15, 2013 | EXPERT: Sarah Kornblet

On September 19th, the United Nations General Assembly convened global leaders to confront an emerging health issue with major socioeconomic implications for only the second time in history.

September 26, 2012 | EXPERT: David Michel , EXTERNAL: Halae Fuller , EXTERNAL: Lindsay Dolan , EXPERT: Rupert Herbert-Burns , EXPERT: Russell Sticklor

The Indian Ocean is rapidly emerging as a key focus of international politics.

July 25, 2012

Stimson was pleased to host the reception and launch of One Billion Strong's HIV/AIDS, Disability and Discrimination: A Thematic Guide on Inclusive Law, Policy, and Programming.

July 23, 2012 | EXPERT: Sarah Kornblet

This week, the eyes of the health community will be on Washington, DC, as the United States hosts the International AIDS Conference for the first time in 22 years.
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