Public Health Cooperation in Zones of Conflict
June 2011

Pandemics and Peace examines disease surveillance networks of the Mekong Basin, Middle East, and East Africa to answer two interrelated questions: Why is interstate cooperation in an area of national vulnerability occurring among countries with a history of conflict? How do public-private networks deliver transnational public goods (health), and what factors facilitate or impede effective and legitimate transnational governance?

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