Thereâ€™s a lot of turmoil in global health governance these days, and it looks like itâ€™s only getting more chaotic. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria is hitting the reset button in its quest to identify a new leader â€œdue to issues in the recruitment processâ€â€”precisely at a moment when there are real fears about the future of funding for global health initiatives. Whatâ€™s happening within the Global Fund may at first glance speak to dysfunction within that specific organization, but itâ€™s better to think of the problems as emblematic of larger questions about legitimacy and the future of multilateralism under the Trump Administration.
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|Published - 2017