Medicine, Conflict and Survival
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Environmental characteristics and prevalence of birth defects among children in post-war Iraq: implications for policies on rebuilding the I...
This article explores the relationship between the prevalence of 'birth defects' and environmental characteristics, and considers implications for targeting resources to establish the educational inclusion of children affected. A household survey in four governorates across Iraq in 2010, conducted u...
Preventing the hostile use of the life sciences and biotechnologies; fostering a culture of biosecurity and dual use awareness. Conclusions.
Politicizing aid: healthcare provision and strategic objectives.
The UK Spending Review.
Enhancing the protection of civilians from armed conflict: precautionary lessons.
Attempts to place limits on the conduct of conflict raise many practical and political concerns. This article asks how debates regarding precautionary approaches to risk might inform discussions about how limits are set for armed conflict. The 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) provides the...
Redefining security. 1992.
Medicine, conflict and survival: change and continuity.
Arab secular nationalism versus Sunni and Shiite extremism: an interpretation of conflict in terms of social defence mechanisms.
The primary solution of global poor health and poverty.
There is a huge global burden of disease and mortality. The principal underlying cause is regarded as poverty. This is associated with a global order of fear, over-consumption, over-population and violence, which can interact in a vicious circle. It is proposed that the solution to the problem is no...