Paradoxes of health security in the age of anti-terrorism
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Leonard Rubenstein discusses the changing context of the civilian-military relationship. He explores the recent development of the concept of 'universal healthcare' and how this has coincided with the rise of heightened security and 'anti-terrorism' post 9/11.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘War and Peace: the transition of the health sector in conflict to development’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 11th April 2014
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