On April 30, Palgrave MacMillan published The Palgrave Handbook of Canada in International Affairs. In it, GSL Research Fellow Isaac Weldon and GSL Director Steven Hoffman contributed a chapter on Canada’s potential to become a global leader in global health.
In the chapter, Weldon and Hoffman explain that Canada has recently moved away from multilateral partnerships when it comes to global health. They argue that if Canada wants to harness its potential as a global health leader, it should focus on consolidating the sources of its strength, which will give it greater influence in matters of global health.
The chapter is open access and can be found here.