Cosmopolitanism and foreign policy for health: ethics for and beyond the state

@inproceedings{Lencucha2013CosmopolitanismAF,
  title={Cosmopolitanism and foreign policy for health: ethics for and beyond the state},
  author={Raphael Lencucha},
  booktitle={BMC international health and human rights},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Foreign policy holds great potential to improve the health of a global citizenship. Our contemporary political order is, in part, characterized by sovereign states acting either in opposition or cooperation with other sovereign states. This order is also characterized by transnational efforts to address transnational issues such as those featured so prominently in the area of global health, such as the spread of infectious disease, health worker migration and the movement of health… CONTINUE READING
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