Escalation of War and Conflicts Among the Pandemic, Natural Disasters, Food and Economic Crises: A Global Health Concern


Abdul Kader Mohiuddin – Faculty of Pharmacy, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

Series: Terrorism, Hot Spots and Conflict-Related Issues
BISAC: POL019000; SOC057000; MED028000

Health and well-being of humankind has always been compromised in any conflict situation, irrespective of country, community or society.The world is going through a massive equilibrium shift which is being reflected in the form of climate, food, economy and pandemic crises. Any health system facility development takes years to expand and flourished with socio-economic developments. The system is highly sensitive and jeopardized by many types of crises situation. This book signifies both direct and indirect effects of armed conflicts over global health system sustainability amid other perceived or hidden damages created by pandemic, climate and economic disasters. Interestingly, each of these issues are interconnected to each other, which is also presented in this book.

Table of Contents


Highlights of the Book



Chapter 1 Background

Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter 3 Brief Review of Present Global Situation

Chapter 4 Global Conflicts over Health Economics: Adding Insult to Grave Injury

Chapter 5 Other Concurrent Global Health and Economic Issues

Chapter 6 Health System Sustainability Challenges in Conflict Zones and in Rest of the World

Chapter 7 Conclusion



About the Author

Author’s ORCID iD

Abdul Kader Mohiuddin – 0000-0003-1596-975

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