scientific return but also mutual confidence in the legitimacy of research and related endeavors in bioscience and biotechnology of former adversaries.
This report proposes important steps toward rejuvenating Russia’s capacity to contain endemic diseases and cope with newly emerging diseases. It underscores the fact that only the Russian government can chart a realistic course for ensuring the health and security of its population. But Russia’s international partners, and particularly the United States, can play important supporting roles as outmoded concepts of assistance give way to true partnerships, as Russia increases its financial commitments to international efforts and Western countries become more engaged intellectually, and as Western partners move from bilateral to multilateral approaches in addressing problems that affect many countries.
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