عنوان مقاله [English]
Although, according to international instruments, the right to health has always been a national obligation and lacks international requirements, the growing risk of communicable diseases can have a transboundary impact on the inadequate realization of this right. A concern that might make a pandemic outbreak a global threat. Thus, will the transnational impact of pandemics enhance the level of health obligations from national to international? To answer this question, by examining the developing process of countries’ international obligations, under the authority of the United Nations Security Council, we will first assess the security interpretation of inadequate realization of the right to health. Then, by comparing the statistics of Ebola and corona victims, we will try to prove the need for a more objective need for a serious interpretation of international obligations. In conclusion, although there are differences in attitudes and rivalries between world powers, the escalation of the various dimensions of pandemics at an international level will force the international community to accept more serious commitments in this area.