Integrating international responses to complex emergencies, unconventional war, and terrorism.

@article{Burkle2005IntegratingIR,
  title={Integrating international responses to complex emergencies, unconventional war, and terrorism.},
  author={Frederick M. Burkle},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={33 1 Suppl},
  pages={S7-12}
}
The world is experiencing unprecedented violence and threats of violence, taking the form of complex internal nation-state conflicts, unconventional or guerrilla warfare against established governments, and stateless threats of terrorism by potential biologic, chemical, and nuclear weapons. What happens locally has immediate ramifications internationally. Real and potential health consequences of these events have evoked global concerns and realization that capacities and capabilities to… CONTINUE READING