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This volume brings together a collection of essays from researchers engaged in, or concerned with, the politics of global health. It addresses the power relations which drive global health strategies, frustrate the possibility of effective engagement and operate to relegate billions of people to a vulnerable and bleak future. From a broad engagement with the global health system, the volume focuses on arguably the most pressing public health issue of modern times: the effective global governance of HIV/AIDS. The underlying objective is to help generate a timely debate and understanding of the impact of globalization on health and the plight of the vulnerable.
CAROLYN BAYLIES Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Leeds, UK KAREN BISSELL Centre of Globalisation, Environmental Change and Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK FANTU CHERU Professor of African Studies at the American University, Washington DC, USA JEFF COLLIN Centre of Globalisation, Environmental Change and Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK LESLEY DOYAL Professor of Health and Social Care, University of Bristol, UK TONY EVANS Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Southampton, UK MARK HEYWOOD Heads the AIDS Law Project at University of the Watwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa KELLEY LEE Department of Public Health and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK ROBERT L. OSTERGARD, JR. Research Fellow, Institute of Global Cultural Studies and the Center on Democratic Performance, USA NEIL RENWICK Reader in International and East Asian Studies and Co-Director of the Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, Nottingham Trent University, UK CAROLINE THOMAS Professor of Global Politics, University of Southampton, UK