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SELECT ACADEMIC ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

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A call for greater openness on the pandemic treaty

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G20 Leaders Declaration (31 October 2021)

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Proposal for a WHO treaty on pandemics raises concerns, Ramakrishnan N and Gopakumar KM

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Always fighting the last war? Post-Ebola reforms, blindspots & gaps in COVID-19, Moon S and Bezruki A

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Data, disease and diplomacy: GISAID's innovative contribution to global health, Elbe S, Buckland G et al.

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Report of the G20 High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response: A Global Deal for our Pandemic Age

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The 2011 pandemic influenza preparedness framework: Global health secured or a missed opportunity? Lee K and Kamradt-Scott A

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The legal response to pandemics: The strengths and weaknesses of the International Health Regulations, Burci GL

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A pandemic treaty: Where are we now that the leaders have spoken? Nikogosian H and Kickbusch I

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The global governance of access to countermeasures, Moon S, Bezruki A et al.

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A global public health convention for the 21st century, Duff J, Liu A et al.

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Flipbook: Options for a Global Pandemic Treaty

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The international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response: same story, different times?, Vervoort D, Ma X et al.

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Pandemic treaty needs to start with rethinking the paradigm of global health security, Fukuda-Parr S, Buss P et al.

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The Neglected Dimension of Global Security: A Framework to Counter Infectious Disease Crises, Commission on a Global Health Risk

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Global public goods for health: Weaknesses and opportunities in the global health system, Moon S, Røttingen J el al.

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CEPI—a new global R&D organisation for epidemic preparedness and response, Børge B, Farrar J et al.

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Report of the Commission on Epidemics and International Law, Institut  de  Droit  international

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Preparing international cooperation on pandemic prevention for the Anthropocene, Carlson CJ, Albery GF et al.

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An international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response is an urgent necessity, Mehdi F, Nur FA et al.

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An international pandemic treaty must centre on human rights, Davis SM et al.

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Independent Review and Investigation Mechanisms to Prevent Future Pandemics: A Proposed Way Forward, Lehtimaki S, Reidy A et al.

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International Pandemic
Lawmaking: Conceptual and Practical Issues, Yamin AE, Grogan J et al.

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Confronting future pandemics: What could a new treaty resolve beyond the IHR?, Nikogosian H, Kickbusch I

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An International Legal Framework for the Sharing of Pathogens: Issues and Challenges, Abbott FM

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Global common goods for health: Towards a new framework for global financing, Kickbusch I and Soucat A

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Health leaders criticise limited ACT-A review, Usher A

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Reserving coronavirus disease 2019 vaccines for global access: Cross sectional analysis, So AD and Woo J

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Envisioning an international normative framework for pandemic preparedness and response: Issues, instruments and options, Burci GL, Moon S et al.

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A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention, Vinuales J, Moon S et al.

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Preparing for the next pandemic, Wenham C, Kavanagh M et al.

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A pandemic treaty for a fragmented global polity, Moon S and Kickbusch I

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Investing for a rainy day: challenges in financing national preparedness for outbreaks, Moon S and Vaidya R

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Unless we address the inequity in global health, then the world will not be prepared for the next pandemic, Olatunbosun-Alakija A

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What is the missing ingredient in global pandemic preparedness and response?, Tedros AG

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From international sanitary conventions to global health security: The new International Health Regulations, Fidler D

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Global coordination on cross-border travel and trade measures crucial to COVID-19 response, Lee K, Worsnop CZ et al.

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Political intrusions into the International Health Regulations treaty and its impact on management of rapidly emerging zoonotic pandemics, Burkle FM

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The outbreak of COVID-19: Are the International Health Regulations fit for purpose?, Burci GL

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WHO’s Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework: A Milestone in Global Governance, Gostin L and Fidler DP

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The Role of International Law in Vaccinating Against COVID-19: Appraising the COVAX Initiative, Bogdandy A and Villarreal PA

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Post-covid reforms: Can we avoid fighting the last war? Bezruki A and Moon S

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"Everybody knows this needs to be done, but nobody really wants to do it": governing pathogen- and benefit-sharing, Rizk A, Bezruki A et al.