Centre for Global Health Policy


Stefan Elbe
Enrique Restoy

Members of the Centre work on a number of HIV/AIDS projects, particularly on the links between HIV/AIDS and international security:

Mburu, G., Igbinedion, E., Lim, S. H., Paing, A. Z., Yi, S., Elbe, S., & Mwai, G. W. (2020). Outcomes of HIV treatment from the private sector in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review protocol. BMJ open, 10(1), e031844.

McInnes, Colin, and Anne Roemer-Mahler. "From security to risk: reframing global health threats." International Affairs 93.6 (2017): 1313-1337.

Elbe, Stefan. Virus Alert. Columbia University Press, 2009.

Elbe, S. (2008). Risking lives: AIDS, security and three concepts of risk. Security Dialogue, 39(2-3), 177-198.

Elbe, S. (2007). Our epidemiological footprint: The circulation of avian flu, SARS, and HIV/AIDS in the world economy. Review of International Political Economy, 15(1), 116-130.

Elbe, S. (2006). Should HIV/AIDS be securitized? The ethical dilemmas of linking HIV/AIDS and security. International studies quarterly, 50(1), 119-144.

Elbe, S. (2006). HIV/AIDS: A human security challenge for the 21st century. Whitehead J. Dipl. & Int'l Rel., 7, 101.

Elbe, S. (2005). AIDS, security, biopoliticsInternational relations19(4), 403-419.

Elbe, S. (2002). HIV/AIDS and the Changing Landscape of War in Africa. International Security, 27(2), 159-177. 

Elbe, S. (2005). HIV/AIDS: The international security dimensions. In New Threats and New Actors in International Security (pp. 111-130). Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Elbe, S., & David, D. (2005). Sida, un enjeu global de sécurité. Politique étrangère, (1), 161-175.

Elbe, Stefan. Strategic implications of HIV/AIDS. Routledge, 2003.

Public debate: What are the achievements of the international AIDS response to date?