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CISSM Perspectives on COVID-19

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As the Covid-19 pandemic persists, CISSM scholars share their viewpoints on policy relevant topics related to pandemic response, public health, and security. 

You can find more perspectives on Covid-19 in the recent publications section of CISSM's Human Security project page.


Recent publications:

Border Management After COVID-19: New Strategies Required

Assistant Professor Catherine Worsnop assesses the World Health Organization's (WHO) border management guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic provides insights for how governments and the WHO should address border measures during future outbreaks.

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The Political Implications of Japan's COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

CISSM Research Associate Naoko Aoki writes that whether Japan takes control of the pandemic by achieving some of its vaccination targets could help determine Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide's political fate

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The Question of COVID-19 Mortality in China

CISSM Senior Research Associate Milton Leitenberg discusses why China's official covid-19 mortality numbers are unreliable

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