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Index Abbot (phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal firm), 52 Access World News, 31 accountability, po­liti­cal, 15 Africa, 21; ARV medi­ cation for, 90; Brazil’s foreign aid assistance to, 53–54, 70–71; China’s bilateral aid to, 121–122, 133–135, 152; HIV/AIDS in, 80, 209; India’s foreign aid to, 92; Rus­ sia’s bilateral health assistance to, 173; South Africa, 214–217, 225. See also specific cities African National Congress, 26, 205 agenda setting, 11, 173 agricultural products, 66 AIDS. See HIV/AIDS AIZibing, 116 Algeria, 122 Alma Ata declaration, 86, 165 Amazon, 46, 61 Amorim, Celso, 54 Angola, 53, 90, 218 Annan, Kofi, 119 Argentina, 43, 53, 115 Asia Foundation, 138 Asia Pacific, 30 Avahan proj­ect, 81 AZT, 37, 208, 210, 223–224 Bangkok, 52, 82 Beijing, 117; academic workshops in, 146; AIDS NGOs at work in, 138; basketball in, 154; and bilateral aid to Africa, 134; and international investors, 120; overweight and obesity in, 144; playgrounds in, 149; UNAIDS office in, 119; universities in, 129; and World Bank, 122 Bhagavad Gita, 84 Bhutan, 91 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 92 blood transfusions, 2, 78, 115 BMI, 98–99, 104–105, 142–143, 145 Bolshevik Revolution, 182 Bombay, 78 Botswana, 209, 214 bottom-up civil societal approach, 17 BRICS, 1–4, 7–11; Brazil in comparison to, 35; and contributions to Global Fund, 172; differences in domestic and global health, 248, 250–253, 256–257; geopo­liti­cal alignment, 18, 21–22, 24; international health meeting among, 195; policy at subnational level, 13–14; questioning public health pro­ gress in, 258–259; reasons for case se­ lection, 26–27, 29–30, 32–33; Rus­ sia in comparison to, 157, 162, 182; and South Africa, 202, 206, 214, 217, 224, 226 Britannia (phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal firm), 111 British Raj, 84, 94 bureaucratic–­ civil societal partnerships, 8–11; application of, to BRICS cases, 27; and Brazil, 34, 55, 71, 251; Brazil, India, and China compared, 23; BRICS differences in, 30–31; facilitating centrist policy response, 75; and ­ future research, 257; importance of, 248; importance of geopo­liti­cal positioning and, 18; lack of, in China, 135, 140, 153, 157; lack of, in India, 300  Index bureaucratic–­ civil societal partnerships (cont.) 77, 94, 97, 110; lack of, in Rus­ sia, 182, 189, 198; lack of, in South Africa, 203, 229, 236, 243, 247 bureaucratic shell, 79 Cambodia, 91 Cambridge University, 211 Canada, 62 Cape Town, 232, 244 Cardoso, Fernando, 38–40, 48, 56, 57, 72 Ca­rib­bean, 54, 90 Castello Branco, Humberto de Alencar, 44 caste system, 84 cellphones, 58 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), US, 63 centrist policy response, 3–4; in Brazil, 34, 47, 51, 55, 58, 65, 70–71, 75–76, 250–51; Brazil, India, and China’s differences in, 22–27; BRICS engagement in, 18; China’s lack of, 114, 131–132, 135, 141, 155–156; emergence of and differences in, 8–14; importance and achievement of, 256–257; India’s lack of, 77, 92–94, 97, 109–110, 112–113; Rus­ sia’s lack of, 157, 181, 189, 196, 198, 200, 203; South Africa’s lack of, 229, 234, 242–243, 246–247 Chennai, 77 Chile, 16, 53 Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 128 Chioro, Arthur, 67 civil liberties, 43, 188 civil societal activists, 64, 72 Clinton, Bill, 38, 125 Clinton, Hillary, 87 Coca-­Cola, 98, 110–111 Cold War, 45, 86, 158 Colombia, 63 Communist Party, 116, 136, 149, 164–165, 184 community-­based organ­ization, 25, 138, 149 Comprehensive AIDS Response (CARES) program, 127 computers, 58, 99, 142 Confucian conservatism, 116 Confucianism, 120 CONSEA (National Council on Food and Nutrition Security), 65, 69, 72, 74 cooperation, peaceful multilateral, 46, 62 corruption, 13–14, 174 Country Coordinating Mechanism, 139 Crimea, 167 Cruz, Oswaldo, 55 Cuba, 15, 21 cultural ­factors, 98 De Almeida, Roberto, 41 decentralization, 12–14; at Alma-­ Ata conference, 165; in Brazil, 35, 36, 48, 49, 51, 69, 76, 250; BRICS’ similarities in challenges of, 22; and centrist policy response, 181, 229; and China, 129, 130, 131, 135, 138, 145, 156; and importance of central government, 257; in India, 93, 107, 112, 113; and policy implementation, 33; and Rus­sia, 159, 171; and TB, 244, 245 Declaration of Nutritional Properties, 70 democracy, 15; Brazil’s transition to, 34; BRICS’ transition to, 258; civil society and transition to, 184; differences among the BRICS in, 24–26; and India, 83; NGOs advocating...


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