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Militarism and HIV/AIDS – The Deadly Consequences for Women

July 24, 2001

This background paper explores the implications of militarism and AIDS, including militarism being a vector for the spread of the disease and the drain of available resources from relief programs to weapons spending. Taking these elements together, the paper suggests preventative measures in the occasion of the UNGA Special Session on HIV/AIDS.

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