POLITICO Launches ‘Global Pulse’ Newsletter To Highlight Global Health, Discusses U.S. Drawdown From Global Health Leadership

POLITICO Global Pulse: A world without America
“The New Global Health Order — The United States loves to talk about its exceptionalism in the world, but it’s not the leader in global health anymore. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic has left a leadership vacuum in global health which Europe is trying to fill — but which may benefit China. … Welcome to Global Pulse, where starting today we will be covering the new world of global health. A year ago global health was a story of progress. Much changed, fast…” (Paun, 10/22).

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