Global health politics has emerged over the last two decades as a distinct, interdisciplinary field of study which is beginning to demonstrate signs of maturity. It is concerned with the actions, practices, and policies that govern the sphere of global health. The field addresses not only the processes of decision-making, but also the structures of power that shape what is possible and the requirement for collective action to address global problems. Politics is unavoidable, necessary, and integral to effectively addressing global health challenges. The study of global health politics therefore is not about how to minimise interference in rational decision-making, but rather about explaining and improving the quality of political institutions and processes that will, in turn, improve global health action and, ultimately, outcomes
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