Post Tagged with: "Coronavirus"

Between Politics and Policy: International Cooperation Beyond COVID-19

Between Politics and Policy: International Cooperation Beyond COVID-19

The real challenge for practitioners is dealing with complexity; every case – not least COVID-19 – involves a unique mix of actors, institutions, and mechanisms.

Opinion – Post-COVID-19 Climate Change Politics

Opinion – Post-COVID-19 Climate Change Politics

COVID-19 is a reminder of a more unequal world wherein the role of international organisations may be restricted due to the highhandedness of dominant states.

Analyzing Jair Bolsonaro’s COVID-19 War Metaphors

Analyzing Jair Bolsonaro’s COVID-19 War Metaphors

Bolsonaro’s militaristic rhetoric construing the notion that the COVID-19 threat is external gives rise to a false sense of stability and internal security.

Between Political Crisis and COVID-19: Bolsonaro’s Foreign Policy

Between Political Crisis and COVID-19: Bolsonaro’s Foreign Policy

Whilst the pandemic spreads, Bolsonaro’s government has been unable to fulfill the need for domestic and external resources to fight the disease.

Africa’s Disproportionate COVID-19 Pandemic

Africa’s Disproportionate COVID-19 Pandemic

The African continent shows that the coronavirus does not affect everyone equally and the pandemic intensifies existing lines of social segmentation.

Anxiety and COVID-19: The Role of Ontological Security and Myth

Anxiety and COVID-19: The Role of Ontological Security and Myth

Myths that lift the collective morale, that does not necessarily ‘other’, but instead strengthens bonds, may be positive and necessary in these challenging times.

Opinion – Sustainability for the Urban Poor Beyond COVID-19

Opinion – Sustainability for the Urban Poor Beyond COVID-19

The ‘win-win’ scenario for governments, the urban poor, as well as private players is likely to emerge if public private partnership models are adopted.

Afghan Refugees and the Coronavirus Pandemic

Afghan Refugees and the Coronavirus Pandemic

Afghanistan has neither the medical facilities nor the organizational structure to deal with these returning refugees and the pandemic they bring.

COVID-19 and Democracy in the European Union

COVID-19 and Democracy in the European Union

without reform, the transformative power of Europe risks providing a false sense of renewal that will only help nationalists and populists in the years ahead.

Opinion – Thinking about Heroes and Humanity During COVID-19

Opinion – Thinking about Heroes and Humanity During COVID-19

Even the ones among us whom we would consider the freest because they leave in the free parts of the world are dominated.

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