The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed deep and diverse weaknesses in U.S. global health security policy and infrastructure and has triggered massive health, economic, and social crises. The CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security aims to chart a bold vision for U.S. global health security that addresses the acute vulnerabilities exploited by the coronavirus, at home and abroad. The Commission will drive discourse and develop concrete, pragmatic action agendas for U.S. health security policy in the Covid-19 era.
The CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security brings together a distinguished and diverse group of high-level opinion leaders who bridge security and health.Meet the Commission
U.S. Congressman Tom Cole speaks to J. Stephen Morrison on the U.S. Congress and its...
In the global scramble for a Covid-19 vaccine, the United States has pursued a nationalist approach. This paper argues that it is in the core national security interests of the United States to adopt a hybrid strategy, one that blends nationalism and internationalism.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a slow-moving epidemic that kills hundreds of thousands annually. The COVID-19 pandemic will worsen the problem. The U.S. government should take immediate action to mitigate the threat posed by AMR domestically and globally.
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