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
Please join the CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security on Wednesday, June 9 from...
The year 2022 is the year of decision. Confronted at the year’s opening with the Omicron surge, we have no choice but to rethink U.S. approaches, at home and abroad, in both managing the ongoing pandemic and in creating better preparedness for the future.
Russia's invasion has inflicted extreme physical and psychological trauma inside Ukraine. As a renewed Russian assault against Ukraine’s southeast begins, Ukrainians are likely to face persistent and intensifying public health challenges as a direct result of the conflict, compounding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The security and safety of healthcare facilities, workers, and supply lines remain paramount concerns.
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