Brown Political Review Examines China’s Role In Global Health; UNAIDS Executive Director Visits Country

Brown Political Review: A New First Author? China’s Science and Health Diplomacy
“…Global health and science have political practicality outside of security as well in the form of increasing soft power in other nations. The current trends in typology and amount of U.S. global health and science, however, suggest the U.S. is neglecting to utilize its health and science superiority to expand influence. By contrast, China has made increasingly rapid gains in health and science within the last fifteen years, also enacting policies that augment the power projection abilities of health and science…” (Joyce, 6/25).

Xinhua News: U.N. officials hail China’s progress on HIV/AIDS prevention
“With its strong leadership, innovation, and partnership, China has made huge progress in fighting AIDS, UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé said during his visit to China. As an advocate of the vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths, Sidibé hailed China’s efforts in boosting the accessibility of anti-AIDS drugs and medical treatment in recent years at his meeting with China’s UNAIDS branch and partners Wednesday…” (6/22).

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