The 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak exposed devastating shortcomings in global health leadership.  

Worker abuse in the Thai fishing industry may be less violent, but abuses persist, found a UN survey of Cambodian, Burmese and Thai workers.After facing a ban on EU fish exports for its unsavory practices, Thailand’s military government introduced reforms to clean up the…

Without an extensive overhaul, the WHO risks repeating the mistakes of its Ebola response—and outsourcing should be a centerpiece of its reform, write Joel Negin of the University of Sydney and Ranu Dhillon of Harvard Medical School. The current direction of reform doesn’t…