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MAY 2017


May 2017 Volume 94, No. 4



Focus on Global Health Diplomacy

23 Leveraging Health Investments for U.S. Diplomacy Health programs are not just international good deeds; they can be a powerful instrument in the ambassador’s toolbox. By Ma r k C . S t o re l l a 26 PEPFAR: Making the Impossible Possible By De b o r a h L . B i r x 29 HHS and Health Diplomacy By J i mmy Ko l ke r 32 USAID FSOs Reflect on Global Health Diplomacy Health-focused development programs have been a core activity at the U.S. Agency for International Development since the agency’s establishment in 1961. By Ma r i a B . Spa d a c i n i 37 Fighting Pandemics: Lessons Learned State’s new, multitiered pandemic response mechanism is the result of understanding and applying lessons learned during the past decade. By Na n c y J . Powe l l a n d Gwe n To b e r t



43 The Migrant Crisis in Europe and the U.S.-E.U. Relationship Changes in the Brussels- Washington equation may affect the European Union’s refugee resettlement efforts. By Ka t h l e e n Sh e e h a n

FS Know-How

41 My Legal Battle with the World’s Worst Property Manager Here is some hard-won advice about dealing with a common feature of Foreign Service life: property managers. By Aa r o n P. Ka r n e l l