In 2003, the SARS virus was one of the first wake-up calls for the pro-globalization crowd in regard to the potential impacts of the erosion of borders vis-a-vis the spread of diseases. Although pandemics were nothing new for the world, the rapid spread of the SARS virus generated concerns about the future.
The rapid transformation of the world and developments in transportation facilitated the transfer not only of ideas, goods and services, but also viruses and bacteria from one country to another. In line with the quickening speed of the spread of disease, we similarly saw an increased amount of panic.
Global governance in response to epidemics has become a more central issue for many around the world. The belief that national governments may not be sufficiently equipped to handle such crises and the thought that there will always be a possibility of countries hiding casualty figures and data from the outside world for various reasons has increased the amount of attention given to global organizations' handling of epidemics.
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