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The Center for Global Health Science and Security's Claire Standley co-wrote an article published in Think Global Health critiquing the United States' initial response to the outbreak of a strain of avian influenza virus.

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In this article published by The New England Journal of Medicine, Sam Halabi, Lawrence Gostin, Olohikhuae Egbokhare, and Matthew Kavanagh outline the major gaps in global pandemic preparedness, the critical capacities needed, and the international instruments required for realizing them.

A world map showing the spread of COVID-19

In a blog post for the Georgetown Journal of International Law, the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law's Alexandra Finch, Sam Halabi, and Lawrence O. Gostin provide a systematic analysis of the legality and prudence of the World Health Assembly's amendment process.

People working in a field in Bangladesh

In a recent book published by Springer, Assistant Professor Shabab Wahid contributed a chapter on "Climate Change and Mental Health in Bangladesh: Vulnerability, Inequality, and the Crucial Need for Intervention on the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis."

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