The desperation of the Rohingya are clear for all to see, so why isn’t anyone doing anything?
Author: Nancy Qin
Nancy is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto, double majoring in International Relations and Immunology. Her academic interests in basic science is focused around clinical immunology, especially on HIV and malaria, while her research interests for the humanities is centred on nuclear defence policy. Nancy's diverse background has instilled in her a special passion for the HIV/AIDS pandemic, in both its social and medical implications. In addition to being an intern at the NATO Association of Canada, she is also an active member of the Asian Pathways Research Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs (U of T). Nancy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: a Continued Threat to Global Health Security
HIV/AIDS remains a lingering threat to future humanitarian crises and large scale conflicts.