Introduction: Health, Globalization, and the Fallacy of the Level Playing Field—the Editors.
The Politics of Child Survival—J. Justice.
Administering the Epidemic: HIV/AIDS Policy, Models of Development, and International Health—R. Parker.
Local Identity, Globalization, and Health in Cuba and the Dominican Republic—L.M. Whiteford.
Health Care from the Perspectives of Minahasa Villagers, Indonesia—P. van Eeuwijk.
The King’s Law Stops at the Village Gate: Local and Global Pharmacy Regulation in Vietnam—D. Craig.
The Business of Medicines and the Politics of Knowledge in Uganda—S. Reynolds Whyte and H. Birungi.
Bodies Transported: Health and Identity Among Involuntary Immigrant Women—L. Manderson, M. Markovic, and M. Kelaher.
Poverty, Pity, and the Erasure of Power: Somali Refugee Dependency—C. Zarowsky.
Ethical Issues in Human Organ Replacement: A Case Study from India—P.A. Marshall and A. Daar.
Does Authoritative Knowledge in Infant Nutrition Lead to Successful Breastfeeding? A Critical Perspective—A. Castro and L. Marchand-Lucas.
Reforming Routines: A Baby-Friendly Hospital in Urban China—S. Zhang Gottschang.
International Health Research: The Rules of the Game—J. Trostle.