November 30, 2018
| Sara M. AllinderAs we pause to reflect on this World AIDS Day, we must commit to putting prevention at the top of the agenda and addressing the underlying human rights issues to keep more from being afflicted by this disease, writes Sara Allinder from CSIS Global Health Policy Center.
To say that the UN High-Level Meeting on noncommunicable disease has disappointed observers and many participants alike is an understatement as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.
Often neglected and overshadowed by HIV and malaria, tuberculosis had a big week on the world stage at the recent UN High-Level Meeting as Robert Newman, senior associate with CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes in a new commentary.
June 28, 2018
| J. Stephen MorrisonIt is not too late for the Trump administration to reverse course. Perhaps the renewed threat of Ebola will refocus its imagination and return a sense of strategic purpose to guaranteeing America’s health security.
There are proactive high-level diplomatic steps that the United States and others can and should initiate today to improve the immediate health and humanitarian situation inside North Korea, while planning for the future.
100 years ago this month, the Spanish influenza ignited. It would ultimately kill 50 million and bypass armies, health defenses, and geographic barriers in the process. Within this dark chapter of history are important lessons for the world of 2018.
An all-star panel are in place to discuss everything from North Korea to the opioid crisis. Featuring CSIS Senior Vice Presidents Jon Alterman, Heather Conley, Kathleen Hicks, Michael Green, James Lewis, Steve Morrison, and Frank Verrastro.
This year’s annual World AIDS Day commemoration on December 1 has a strange dichotomy. Despite some important reasons to celebrate what has been achieved and the potential for further progress, there are real concerns and tremendous uncertainty about the state of the...
On September 21, 2016, the UN General Assembly convened a High-level Meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), only the fourth time in history that the United Nations has organized a high-level meeting on a health issue. Previous meetings were catalyzed by two rapidly...
Any sentient American, you might assume, would believe that the United States should be doing everything humanly possible, on an urgent basis, to protect women in their child-bearing years, along with their sexual partners—in America and the hemisphere—from infection by...