SARS: Tensions Created by Emerging Diseases and Global Health Governance in an Increasingly Post-Westphalian World
There is no doubt that globalization has been a force in history , and especially in the past one hundred years. This is extremely evident in the implications of global epidemics. The global response to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) revealed tensions between nation states and international health organization such as the World Health Organization) collectively called "Global Health Governance"). The issue was sovereignty. SARS showed us that there was more state-centric resistance to the Post-Westphalian world than previously thought. Where infectious diseases are concerned, however, the eventual compliance of states with the WHO shows reluctant but tacit compliance with international intervention.
- Law, Stephanie (Author)
- Rush, James (Thesis director)
- Green, Monica (Committee member)
- Lundry, Christopher (Committee member)
- Barrett, The Honors College (Contributor)