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Tackling Pandemics Means Relearning the Lessons of Fighting HIV – FP, 31.05.21
Advocates fought hard for a truly global, representative approach. By Ethan Guillén, an independent consultant working in global health, and Emily Bass, the author of To End a Plague: America’s Fight to Defeat AIDS in Africa.
Webinar: Global city cooperation in the response to COVID-19 – Brookings, 23.04.20
It Takes a World to End a Pandemic – Foreign Affairs, 21.03.20
A Global Challenge Needs a Global Response – Der Spiegel, 19.03.20
Coronavirus: Global Response Urgently Needed – Chatham House, 15.03.20
This pandemic is not just a global medical and economic emergency. It could also prove a decisive make-or-break point for today’s system of global political and economic cooperation.
This system was built up painstakingly after 1945 as a response to the beggar-thy-neighbour economic policies of the 1930s which led to the Second World War. But it has been seriously weakened recently as the US and China have entered a more overt phase of strategic competition, and as they and a number of the other most important global and regional players have pursued their narrowly defined self-interest. (…)
It could also set a new course for international political and economic cooperation, not just in relation to the virus, but also other global threats with potentially devastating consequences for economic growth and political stability in the coming years.
Universities Fill the Void – Foreign Affairs, 9.04.20
Working Across Borders to Solve the Pandemic Where International Institutions Have Failed
The Man Who Saw the Pandemic Coming – nautilus, 12.03.20
Will the world now wake up to the global threat of zoonotic diseases?
The next outbreak? We’re not ready | Bill Gates – TED, 04.15
In 2014, the world avoided a horrific global outbreak of Ebola, thanks to thousands of selfless health workers — plus, frankly, thanks to some very good luck. In hindsight, we know what we should have done better. So, now’s the time, Bill Gates suggests, to put all our good ideas into practice, from scenario planning to vaccine research to health worker training. As he says, “There’s no need to panic … but we need to get going.”