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[Comment] Offline: An irreversible change in global health governance

“We should have reacted sooner”, was Angela Merkel’s conclusion in her address to the World Health Assembly last week. She was speaking about Ebola, and she gave a sharp and public rebuke to WHO for its diffident performance. WHO’s decentralised structure can be a powerful advantage, she said, but it “can also impede decision-making and hinder good functioning”. Still, despite its weaknesses, “WHO is the only international organisation that enjoys universal political legitimacy on global health matters.” It should be supported.

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