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The U.N. has a plan to end AIDS by 2030. But Russia doesn’t like it.

Sep 14, 2021

Renu Singh & Mara Pillinger

UNAIDS\_headquarters.png The headquarters of UNAIDS in Geneva. (Jamey Keaten/AP)

At a June UNGA meeting, Russia refused to support a consensus political declaration on ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. What does this mean for the future of HIV/AIDS and international politics?

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