Author Archives: Andrew Lakoff
The movement for global health is an increasingly prominent rationale for action across a range of organizations, including philanthropic foundations, development agencies, and biomedical research institutes.
Viral forecasting as a form of global health security
What does tracking bushmeat do for humanity?
Further reflections on “Two Regimes of Global Health”: On the elision of distinctions
If the danger for biomedical humanitarianism is that neglect will return as soon as the visible emergency moves to a different place (as Peter Redfield has argued), the danger for global health security may be one of over-preparedness – that its credibility is damaged when it responds to an event that turns out not to be as catastrophic as promised.