Nearly forty years on and faced with another public health threat, what is the legacy of HIV/AIDS-related disinformation? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the parallels between the HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 health crises and the proliferation of health-related disinformation during a time of great power competition.
Warmer days will leave surfaces hotter to the touch. The world’s heightened thermal conductivity could elevate the incidence of contact burns and impede the readiness of the Canadian Armed Forces.
In this article, Nicole Dougherty, explores how the Novel Coronavirus is effecting technological innovation and surveillance in Asia and around the world.
President Donald Trump has failed to secure the needed votes to overhaul the Affordable Care Act. Mary Zelenova explores the reasons behind the defeat.
With Canada’s New International Assistance Policy and Budget 2017 around the corner, the Trudeau government is expected to offer a new focus for foreign aid, if not much more funding.
The market for skin lightening products is growing in India, promising to elevate the social and economic status of women who use them. While marketed as socially responsible products, their effectiveness is questionable.
Kelly Rahardja examines women’s rights in Russia in her latest infographic.
Victoria Heath illustrates the connection between women’s security and state security with her latest infograph.
Two years since the conflict began, Ukraine now faces an influx of soldiers suffering from PTSD and mental health issues. Kelly Rahardja examines the challenges in dealing with this growing problem.
Deika Mohamed analyses the future of the WHO’s crisis management apparatus after the failures of the Ebola epidemic.