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    Women this Week: Historic Win for Women in the United States

    Women Gain Record Congressional Seats in United States Main Feed…

    The Trump Administration Is Erasing Reproductive Rights at Home and Abroad

    The removal of information from the State Department’s annual reports has grave consequences for human rights monitoring worldwide. Foreign Policy…

    How Political Is This Year’s Nobel Peace Prize?

    The Nobel committee is usually looking to make a statement. Is it trying to tell us something about #MeToo—maybe even Brett Kavanaugh? Foreign Policy…

    The Next Pandemic Will Be Arriving Shortly

    Deadly diseases like Ebola and the avian flu are only one flight away. The U.S. government must start taking preparedness seriously. Foreign Policy…

    China’s Latent Opportunity for Global Health Engagement

    The following is a guest post by Sean Joyce, a former intern for the Global Health Program at Main Feed…

    Rethinking Australia’s biosecurity

    Australia may no longer ride on the sheep’s back but our economic and cultural links with the land and agriculture remain strong. Arguably, Australia’s economy remains intrinsically linked to agricultural…

    It’s time to bring food defence to the table

    Food contamination has been a regular feature in news headlines over the past fortnight. The discovery of needles in strawberries and other fruit has been the main cause of concern,…

    You Can’t Treat Tuberculosis With Platitudes

    Washington nearly killed the U.N. anti-TB effort, but it didn't need to. The U.N. will do that itself. Foreign Policy…

    New, Affordable Technology is Improving Women’s Health Access

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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…

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