In his new article, Alex Johnson examines the global increase in cybercrime due to COVID-19 and how various international actors have responded to this “other pandemic.”
The extinguishing of the 2013-2016 Ebola disease epidemic was considered by the international community to be a full and complete success. Yet, it is 2019 and the ever-pertinent threat of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to hang over the African region. Only this time, the region is not only under attack Read More…
HIV/AIDS remains a lingering threat to future humanitarian crises and large scale conflicts.
Dieka Mohammed discusses the latest developments in the ongoing outbreak of the MERS virus in Korea.
Dieka Mohamed explores the changing dynamics of the Canadian Health Care system and how it compares to worldwide health care trends.
Deika Mohamed analyses the future of the WHO’s crisis management apparatus after the failures of the Ebola epidemic.