Ebola, Security, and Governance in West Africa: Why a Limited Problem Needs a Global Response

By Thomas Dempsey


The most recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is different—and the difference matters not just to the afflicted nations but to all of us. The outbreak is a manifestation of a public health threat to the vital national interests of the entire international community. Even as it is in the midst of a truly heroic response to the outbreak, that community—and the NGOs and humanitarian assistance actors that collaborate with it—must learn the right lessons from the current outbreak, and must do so quickly. READ MORE OF THIS FEATURE


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