CSIS Brief Examines Russia’s Contributions, Actions In Global Health, Implications For U.S. Policy

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Putin and Global Health: Friend or Foe?
J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice president and director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, and Judyth Twigg, senior associate (non-resident) with the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program and professor of political science at Virginia Commonwealth University, author this CSIS Brief on Russia and global health. The summary states, “This analysis weighs Russia’s positive contributions against its multiple destructive actions in global health, examines what the overall pattern of Russian behavior means for U.S. policy, and concludes with a proposal for an expanded U.S. health security alliance with Eastern Europe and Central Asia” (9/6).

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