Global Health Governance Publishes Articles On Health Diplomacy As Advance Preview Of Spring 2019 Issue

Global Health Governance: 2019 G20 Osaka Summit Advance Preview of our Spring 2019 Issue
In an advanced preview of articles to be featured in the Spring 2019 issue of Global Health Governance, the Global Health Governance editorial team published two articles: 1. ‘Japan’s Health Diplomacy: Projecting Soft Power in the Era of Global Health,’ which provides “a review of the literature … examining how health diplomacy has been used by the Japanese government in furtherance of broader foreign policy and diplomatic goals in the international fora, and 2. ‘Why does global health matter to diplomacy? Global health as a security and economic challenge and as an opportunity for world leaders,’ which discusses “the unique approach to global health taken at the G7 Ise-Shima Summit and the measures that successfully solidified the status of health as a priority agenda of world leaders, which led to upgrading global health to leaders’ agendas at subsequent major international occasions” (6/29).

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