Joe Biden will assume the US presidency at a time of unprecedented global health crises, with the COVID-19 pandemic and major setbacks in reducing poverty, hunger, and disease. The COVID-19 pandemic offers rare opportunities for the US President-elect to spearhead long-overdue structural changes and revitalise global health leadership. Building trust among global partners will be challenging, given the USA's withdrawal from, and disruption of, international cooperation under the presidency of Donald Trump. The USA will have to lead in a different, more collaborative way. Here, we offer a Global Action Agenda for the Biden Administration.
The Lancet, Online First, Dec. 1, 2020, at 1-3.
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Gostin, Lawrence O.; Shalala, Donna E.; Hamburg, Margaret A.; Bloom, Barry R.; Koplan, Jeffrey P.; Rimer, Barbara K.; and Williams, Michelle A., "A global health action agenda for the Biden administration" (2020). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 2335.