HIV/AIDS, Security and the United States of America

Singh, Shantesh K. and Upadhyay, Mukund, (2018). HIV/AIDS, Security and the United States of America. Liberal Studies Journal, 3(2), 259-269

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    Author Singh, Shantesh K.
    Upadhyay, Mukund
    Title HIV/AIDS, Security and the United States of America
    Appearing in Liberal Studies Journal
    Volume 3
    Issue No. 2
    Publication Date 2018-12-01
    Place of Publication New Delhi, India
    Publisher Gyan Publishing House
    Start page 259
    End page 269
    Language eng
    Abstract This paper debates on how pandemics like HIV/AIDS have become an important security concern for many countries and especially the United States of America. While the focus here, is on this particular epidemic, which has shaken international politics since the 1980s, it takes a more generic approach to what measures states undertake when it comes to protecting their interests, their jurisdictive geo-spatial spaces and the people governed by them. The humanitarian side of it is of course acknowledged, but along with that comes state interests, which transcend humanitarian beliefs and ethics. The relationship between humanitarian ethics and security has been kept so ambiguous and blurred in formal writings on the subject, that the various dimensions of security are often ignored by states. Often, under the pretext of economic growth and military expansion, individual wellbeing of the people being governed is equated merely with the state’s interest in productivity. The stronger states, in their efforts to alleviate the weaker ones, customarily patronize the latter, thereby creating a wider gap and disparity, leading to further dependence
    Keyword AIDS
    HIV
    Epidemic
    Humanitarian
    Security
    USA
    Copyright Holder Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
    Copyright Year 2018
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 1111016936213
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