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David P. Fidler

Faculty bibliography for Professor Fidler

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David P. Fidler

James Louis Calamaras Emeritus Professor of Law, 2019-present ; Professor of Law, 1995-2019

International Law and Global Infectious Disease Control. World Heath Organization Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Working Group 2 Paper No. 18, July 2001.

Global Health Governance: Overview of the Role of International Law in Protecting and Promoting Global Public Health (World Health Organization Discussion Paper No 3. on Global Health Governance, May 2002).

Baseball’s Exploitation of Latin Talent, NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS OF LATIN AMERICA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS (Mar./Apr. 2004).

REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON STATE SECURITY AND TRANSNATIONAL THREATS (with P. Bergen, L. Garrett, and D. Hewitt). Princeton: Princeton Project on National Security, 2005.

Transnational Threats to National Security: Daniel Deudney’s Case Against Linking Environmental Degradation and National Security, PRINCETON PROJECT ON NATIONAL SECURITY PAPERS, 2005.

From Biological Arms Control to Biosecurity Governance: What Role for the BWC?, CENTER FOR ARMS CONTROL AND NON-PROLIFERATION BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONTROL PROGRAM, November 2006.

Navigating the Global Health Terrain: Preliminary Considerations on Mapping Global Health Diplomacy, (World Health Organization Globalization, Trade, and Health Working Paper Series, 2008).

Pathways for Global Health Diplomacy: Perspectives on Health in Foreign Policy, (World Health Organization Globalization, Trade, and Health Working Paper Series, 2008).

Countering Islamic State Exploitation of the Internet: Cyber Brief, Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations. (June 2015).

Final ReportInternational Law Association Study Group on Cybersecurity, Terrorism, and International Law. (July 31, 2016).

Transforming Election Cybersecurity: Cyber Brief, Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations. (May 2017).

Cybersecurity and the New Era of Space Activities: A ReportDigital and Cyberspace Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations, Apr. 2, 2018.