Security, Trade and the Economy

Are Wars a “Recipe for Epidemics”?

During the American Civil War, in the 1860s, two thirds of soldiers’ deaths came, not from the conflict itself, but from infectious diseases, including typhoid and malaria. These infectious diseases were infamously referred to as the “Third Army.” Even over a century later, with the knowledge that people now possess of infectious diseases, they still Read More…

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Canada, Fentanyl, and Safe Injection Sites: A Closer Look at Harm Reduction

Canada’s harm reduction efforts face new challenges with the onset of the fentanyl crisis. Safe injection sites have become a topic of debate among Canadian health officials and municipal governments, with no simple answers in sight.