In 2003, a highly pathogenic version of an avian influenza virus—H5N1—began to emerge in a number of countries in Southeast Asia. The subsequent spread of this virus to nearly all parts of the world has raised concerns about a possible pandemic. This article explores how the virus spread and the policy implications for regional states.
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Research Article| December 01 2006
The Regionalization of Avian Influenza in East Asia: Responding to the Next Pandemic(?)
Asian Survey (2006) 46 (6): 917–936.
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Nicholas Thomas; The Regionalization of Avian Influenza in East Asia: Responding to the Next Pandemic(?). Asian Survey 1 December 2006; 46 (6): 917–936. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2006.46.6.917
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