Health diplomacy is increasingly receiving attention from researchers in social sciences, public health and other disciplines. This section of the website selects and organizes recent research and analysis which can be relevant to practitioners seeking to understand better the policy issues and process. These research papers and case studies are organized by themes and countries; they may be not specific to one particular on-going negotiations, as the research highlighted in the “Negotiations” section of the website, but are deemed useful to shed light on the practice of global health diplomacy. The case studies listed here also include national and regional strategies where governments describe their health and foreign policy agenda and objectives. This section also includes the latest issues of the Health and Foreign Policy Bulletin, a selection of recent peer-review publications and new stories on ten themes where health intersects with foreign policy.