Global Health and International Relations

Publisher : Polity

ISBN-13 : 0745649467

Page : 205 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 467 voters

This groundbreaking book encourages readers to step back from problem-solving to ask how global health is being problematized in the first place, why certain agendas and issue areas are prioritised, and what determines the potential solutions put forth to address them.

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