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Health Policy And The Syrian Chemical Weapons Crisis, David P. Fidler Jan 2014

Health Policy And The Syrian Chemical Weapons Crisis, David P. Fidler

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For health policy, armed conflicts constitute one of the most severe emergency contexts in which health, well-being, and determinants of health are threatened. The Syrian civil war has proved no different, as health experts re­peatedly lament the humanitarian debacle the Syrian conflict has become. The main distinguishing feature of the Syrian civil war has been the large-scale use of chemical weapons in August 2013. This essay analyzes the chemical weapons crisis and its diplomatic resolution from a health policy perspective, with particular attention on whether the handling of this crisis created positive health policy “spillover” opportunities for more effectively ...


Gender Politics, Gender Paradox: Establishing And Implementing Global Standards For The Promotion And Protection Of Women's Health, David P. Fidler Jan 2008

Gender Politics, Gender Paradox: Establishing And Implementing Global Standards For The Promotion And Protection Of Women's Health, David P. Fidler

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Reflections On The Revolution In Health And Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler Jan 2007

Reflections On The Revolution In Health And Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler

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Foreign Policy, Trade And Health: At The Cutting Edge Of Global Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler, Nick Drager Jan 2007

Foreign Policy, Trade And Health: At The Cutting Edge Of Global Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler, Nick Drager

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Health And Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler, Nick Drager Jan 2006

Health And Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler, Nick Drager

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Health As Foreign Policy: Between Principle And Power, David P. Fidler Jan 2005

Health As Foreign Policy: Between Principle And Power, David P. Fidler

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Fighting The Axis Of Illness: Hiv/Aids, Human Rights, And U.S. Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler Jan 2004

Fighting The Axis Of Illness: Hiv/Aids, Human Rights, And U.S. Foreign Policy, David P. Fidler

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The Globalization Of Public Health: The First 100 Years Of International Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler Jan 2001

The Globalization Of Public Health: The First 100 Years Of International Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler

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Global threats to public health in the 19th century sparked the development of international health diplomacy. Many international regimes on public health issues were created between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries. The present article analyses the global risks in this field and the international legal responses to them between 1851 and 1951, and explores the lessons from the first century of international health diplomacy of relevance to contemporary efforts to deal with the globalization of public health.