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Bridging Public Health and Foreign Affairs: The Tradecraft of Global Health Diplomacy and the Role of Health Attachés

  title={Bridging Public Health and Foreign Affairs: The Tradecraft of Global Health Diplomacy and the Role of Health Attach{\'e}s},
  author={Matthew Brown and Tim Ken Mackey and Craig N. Shapiro and Jimmy Kolker and E Thomas and Thomas E. Novotny},
found at www.sciencediplomacy.org. Science & Diplomacy is published by the Center for Science Diplomacy of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society. Matthew D. Brown, Tim K. Mackey, Craig N. Shapiro, Jimmy Kolker, and Thomas E. Novotny, “Bridging Public Health and Foreign Affairs: The Tradecraft of Global Health Diplomacy and the Role of Health Attaches,” Science & Diplomacy, Vol. 3, No. 3 (September 2014*). http://www… 

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