Combating AIDS Around the Globe
This past November, the Environmental Change & Security Project and UNAIDS launched a three-part series to raise awareness about the fast growth of AIDS in East Europe and Asia and globally among women and girls, and to discuss the U.S. emergency relief plan, the largest health initiative ever by a single nation. A third seminar, to take place this spring, will address AIDS in the military.

AIDS in the Military
Peacetime military HIV/AIDS infection rates are much higher than the national average and perhaps greater in wartime. ECSP's Meaghan Parker discusses this issue, which will be the subject of the third seminar in a three-part series on HIV/AIDS sponsored by the Wilson Center and UNAIDS.


  • Top Leaders Set the Next Agenda for Global AIDS (12/04)
  • Confronting the Crisis: Women and AIDS (11/04)
  • Film: AIDS Warriors (10/04)
  • The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: Stepping Up to the Global Challenge (12/03)
  • Film: A Closer Walk (4/03)
  • The HIV/AIDS Pandemic and Critical Policy Issues for the Armed Forces (4/03)

  • Senior Scholar Warns of Impending AIDS Crisis in Russia
  • UNAIDS and the Woodrow Wilson Center Launch High-Level AIDS Briefing Series
  • Can the Angolan Military Defuse the AIDS Time Bomb?
  • Bangkok Bulletin: HIV/AIDS & Security Headlines from the XV International AIDS Conference
  • AIDS and War: Women in the Crossfire
  • Health Crisis: HIV/AIDS in Developing World Cities