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Does Ebola Reveal WHO Shortfalls?

As the Ebola outbreak rages in three West African countries – and raises fears abroad – some are questioning whether the World Health Organization is being stretched too thin. A proposal for a new global agency to deal strictly with infectious diseases is gaining some support. Dr. Harvey Rubin writes that that “local phenomena can have global consequences.” And he points to the Ebola epidemic as a prime example. Rubin is director of the Institute for Strategic Threat Analysis and...

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