The Challenges of Globalization

The Challenges of Globalization

May 7, 2018

Addressing Pandemics and Global Migration

What are some of the challenges the United States and China face in addressing pandemics and global migration? In these blog posts, participants in the initiative's faculty research group on global health discuss three main areas: international migrants and refugees and their healthcare services, urban pandemic surveillance and response, and shifting funding for global health and security. The emphasis for this round of discussion is on China's increasing engagement in global development through its Belt and Road Initiative. 

Responses

Professor Jennifer Bouey, Georgetown University

Thoughts on the International Migrants in China and the Reproductive Health of Transnationals

Professor Jennifer Bouey, Georgetown University | May 11, 2018

Professor Elanah Uretsky, Brandeis University

China’s Ascendance onto the Global Health Stage

Professor Elanah Uretsky, Brandeis University | May 9, 2018

Neutralizing and Protective Human Antibodies Against Zika Virus Infection

Neutralizing and Protective Human Antibodies Against Zika Virus Infection

Professor Zhang Linqi, Tsinghua University | May 8, 2018


February 12, 2018

The Future of U.S.-China Climate Change Efforts

The Trump administration has taken a different approach to climate change issues. Now, some are saying China will replace the United States as global leader in climate change. What are your thoughts on this?

This blog is part of an exit interview conducted by the initiative as the Research Group on Climate Change concludes its first phase. Participants comment on post-Paris Agreement leadership in addressing climate change.

Responses

Billy Pizer

China's Leadership on Climate Change

Billy Pizer | February 12, 2018