China Becoming Key Player In Global Health

Forbes: How China Is On Course To Unseat U.S. As The Next Leader In Global Heath
“Beijing and Washington have opposing views on nearly everything from North Korea’s nuclear development program to trade and development in the South China Sea. But one area of collaboration is emerging as a potential bright spot in what has otherwise devolved into a tenuous bilateral relationship: global health. … While the United States has historically had a strong role in providing vaccinations, reducing global deaths from measles, polio, and malaria, China is evolving from a receiver of aid and vaccinations to a provider…” (Dahl, 4/26).

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