The Proposed Pandemic Treaty and the Challenge of the South for a Robust Diplomacy

Aginam, Obijiofor, (2021). The Proposed Pandemic Treaty and the Challenge of the South for a Robust Diplomacy. The South Centre SouthViews, (218), 1-5

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    Author Aginam, Obijiofor
    Title The Proposed Pandemic Treaty and the Challenge of the South for a Robust Diplomacy
    Appearing in The South Centre SouthViews
    Issue No. 218
    Publication Date 2021-05-19
    Place of Publication Geneva
    Publisher South Centre
    Start page 1
    End page 5
    Language eng
    Abstract The motivation for a pandemic treaty is infallible because of the ‘globalization of public health’ in a rapidly evolving interdependence of nations, societies, and peoples. Notwithstanding the lofty purposes of the proposed pandemic treaty as a tool for effective cooperation by member-states of the WHO to address emerging and re-emerging disease pandemics in an inter-dependent world, the proposal nonetheless raises some structural and procedural conundrums for the Global South. The negotiation of a pandemic treaty should, as a matter of necessity, take into account the asymmetries of World Health Organization member-states and the interests of the Global South.
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    Keyword Proposed pandemic treaty
    Copyright Holder South Centre
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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