Jeremy Youde

As turmoil sparks the largest protests in years, where is Zimbabwe headed?

Things are not going well in Zimbabwe, writes Jeremy Youde in <i>World Politics Review</i>

Farewell to Jeremy (and Bob the cranky dinosaur)

Imagine, if you will, a young American scholar straight from the deepest, darkest depths of winter in Minnesota. Associate Professor Jeremy Youde steps off the plane into 45 degrees, straight from a sub zero snow day on the other side of the world. Like any good academic in a new job, he heads straight to his office in the Department of International Relations in the Bell School, to settle into the next three years at ANU.

The Role of Philanthropy in International Relations

Jeremy Youde, ‘The Role of Philanthropy in International Relations’, Review of International Studies, 45(1) 2019: 39-56.

Global Health Governance in International Society

Jeremy Youde, Global Health Governance in International Society, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.

Covering the Cough? Memory, Remembrance, and Influenza Amnesia

Jeremy Youde, ‘Covering the Cough? Memory, Remembrance, and Influenza Amnesia’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 63(3) 2017: 357-68.

Patriotic History and Anti-LGBT Rhetoric in Zimbabwean Politics

Jeremy Youde, ‘Patriotic History and Anti-LGBT Rhetoric in Zimbabwean Politics’, Canadian Journal of African Studies, online 10 March 2017: 1-19.

Private Actors, Global Health and Learning the Lessons of History

Jeremy Youde, ‘Private Actors, Global Health and Learning the Lessons of History’, Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 32(3) 2016: 203-20.

The Future of Global Health Governance under the Trump Administration

The robust growth of global health governance over the past 30 years has signalled the importance attached to global health within international society. The election of Donald Trump in the United States, though, has raised serious questions about what global health governance will look like going forward and whether the United States will back away from its leading role within these systems.

Here’s what is promising, and troubling, about Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s plan to ‘cure all diseases.’

Recently, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, pediatrician Priscilla Chan, made a big splash in the global health world when they announced a $3 billion commitment to “cure all diseases in our children’s lifetime.”

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