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Levels of citizens' mistrust shape how they respond to the epidemic.

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An effective response to this Ebola outbreak will need to addresses security concerns and strengthen local response capabilities.

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The WHO urged neighboring countries to be prepared — but there are political reasons the virus can thrive in a border zone.

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Local stakeholders have a big role to play in health crises.

A new report tells us how much the outbreak affected Liberians' daily lives and what they thought of their government's response.

Stamping out disease does not eliminate the root causes that create these disasters.

Ebola may have waned, but what remains are the distrust and corruption that helped it spread.

The ongoing West African Ebola outbreak highlights the WHO’s flaws, and reforms announced at a recent World Health Assembly fall short of necessary substantive change.

The Ebola crisis is ending in Sierra Leone, but we don't know what its long term effects will be.

Medical professionals often think that the WHO's failures in fighting Ebola reflect a lack of will. Instead, they reflect the basic realities of geopolitics.

  • Nathan Paxton
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