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    U.S. Lawmakers Press Pompeo to Fix Policy for Diplomat Families

    The State Department has scaled back benefits to family members with special needs. Foreign Policy…

    Pompeo Ignores Plea From Diplomats With Children With Special Needs

    Families say the State Department continues to curb benefits mandated by law. Foreign Policy…

    Chinese Parents, Pharma Industry Worried Sick After Latest Vaccine Scandal

    Viola Rothschild is a research associate in Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Main Feed…

    The Royal Baby Is Lucky He Wasn’t Born in America

    Everyone in the West, royalty or not, gets better maternal health care than parents in the United States. Foreign Policy…

    A Global Report on the Decline of Democracy

    “Centralization of power in the executive, politicization of the judiciary, attacks on indepen­de Main Feed…

    And the Gold Medal for Vomiting Goes to…

    There’s a sudden outbreak of the nasty, fast-spreading norovirus — right near South Korea’s Olympic Village Foreign Policy…

    An Opportunity to Improve Health in Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

    Ewodaghe Harrell is a Franklin Williams intern for global health, economics, and development Main Feed…

    If a President Is Dying, and Nobody Says Anything, Does It Make a Sound?

    The Czech Republic's populist president is running for re-election — and his ailing health is an open secret. Foreign Policy…

    India’s Hospitals Are Filling Up With Desperate Americans

    Are deep-pocketed medical tourists the cause of, or solution to, India's health care problems? Foreign Policy…

    The Crime of Gender Inequality in Global Health

    There’s no way we’ll be able to grapple with the coming health crises unless we fix the gaping problem of women’s empowerment in global health. Foreign Policy…

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