Major-General (Rtd.) Andrew Mackay argues that Western militaries should forget all notions about Ebola intervention being short-term, and begin planning full-spectrum support for the affected states.
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ELN Director Dr Ian Kearns talks to BBC World Service about ELN's call for NATO involvement in the international response to the Ebola outbreak. [audio mp3="https://www.europeanleadershipnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/BBC-World-Service-Interview-Ian-Kearns.mp3"][/audio]
Senior figures from Europe’s defence and foreign policy community, including two former NATO Secretaries–General, write to the United Nations, World Health Organisation and NATO calling for urgent military assistance in the fight against Ebola.
Dear Secretary-General and Director-General, As you know, more than six months after the Ebola outbreak started in a village in Guinea the situation in West Africa is deteriorating. This is both a humanitarian tragedy and as acknowledged in UN Security Council Resolution 2177, a developing...
Dear Mr. Secretary-General, Six months after the Ebola outbreak started in a village in Guinea the situation in West Africa is deteriorating. The World Health Organisation has warned there may be 10,000 new cases of Ebola a week by early December. This is both a humanitarian tragedy and, as...
Professor McInnes of Aberystwyth University and Dr Rushton of Sheffield University argue that foreign militaries must exercise caution in sending troops to help the fight against the Ebola crisis.