October 14, 2017
Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Pandemics. Civil Wars. All around the world at any given moment millions of people are enduring disasters both natural and man-made. Humanitarian assistance comes in all shapes and sizes, from government agencies to NGO's, from foreign armies to the United Nations. But for it to be effective, humanitarian response must be coordinated. What can civilian and military responders learn from each other?
Dr. Adam Levine sits down with Watson Institute's Trending Globally podcast to discuss this and more. LISTEN NOW