This article discusses the emergence and maturing of Global Health as a sub-discipline within International Relations. It directly addresses three questions. First, it discusses how International Relations’ scholarship can deepen our understanding of global health. Second, it asks what the study of global health can tell scholars of International Relations about contemporary world politics. And finally, it examines how the discipline of International Relations might contribute to the improvement of global health outcomes.
|Number of pages
|Review of International Studies
|Published - 01 Dec 2014
- global health
- International Relations