Fault Lines in Global Health Debate
On March 11 CSIS hosted the fourth debate in the series, Fault Lines in Global Health, on the topic,
Resolved: That the United States should press China to make the full transition from health aid recipient to global health donor.
Ambassador Jack Chow, Distinguished Service Professor of Global Health, Carnegie Mellon University and Former Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization will affirm the resolution. Yanzhong Huang, Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations and Director for Global Health Studies, Seton Hall University will respond.
Noted health expert and correspondent Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of Health Affairs, will moderate the debate.
Please RSVP at: http://smartglobalhealth.org/faultlines4