The Challenges of Globalization

The Challenges of Globalization

March 10, 2017

Global Health and Migration

What are the most urgent issues in global health that are influenced by changing migration patterns? In these blog posts, participants in the initiative's faculty research group on global health offer their thoughts on the myriad issues presented by shifting migration patterns and examine some avenues for Sino-U.S. collaboration.



U.S.-China Cooperation on Global Health and Migration

Professor Elanah Uretsky, George Washington University | March 10, 2017


Building Responsive Health Systems to Meet the Challenges Of Growing Migrant/Refugee Populations

Professor Jennifer Bouey, Georgetown University | March 10, 2017


Testing Our Will More Than Anything Else

Professor Linqi Zhang, Tsinghua University | March 10, 2017


The Changing Paradigm of Global Health

Professor Rebecca Katz, Georgetown University | March 10, 2017

About the Blog

Ties between China and the United States are at a critical juncture. The United States remains the world’s leading power, while China’s wealth and influence continue to expand. The relationship between both countries will have a decisive impact on the evolution of global governance and prospects for world peace. Despite inevitable national differences between the two countries, there remains considerable room for the cultivation of shared approaches to questions including climate change, global health, business and trade, peace and security, and economic and social development around the globe.

This blog comprises a series of discussions written by initiative-affiliated faculty and student fellows. These experts and young leaders will share their evolving views on the emergence of globalization and challenges it brings, as well as the means for strengthening common values between the United States and China to promote greater collaboration to the benefit of the global community.

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