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“Securitization delivered a massive dose of adrenalin to the AIDS response. And whilst the most dire predictions of AIDS leading to destabilization and state failure did not materialize, this volume is a forceful reminder of the considerable and ongoing impact of the epidemic on Africa’s security sector—and the impact of uniformed personnel on the epidemic. A diverse set of African scholars, policymakers and serving personnel explore these dynamics in select African countries, providing unique and important contributions to discourse and policy reform to halt the transmission of HIV in conflict, post-conflict, prisons and police settings.”

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