The impact of globalization on world health has been extremely positive. However, the increased connectivity enabled by globalization also makes the health and well being of citizens around the world more important than ever. Global pandemics, natural disasters, air pollution, medical care access, healthy food chains, immunization education and availability, and economic disparity all factor into creating a healthy population. Why is global health so important, and what stands in the way of achieving it? Through viewpoints written by experts in the field, this volume highlights important issues in global health around the world.