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Challenges of Global Governance Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic   [open pdf - 0B]

This resource contains papers related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic split into two parts. Part 1: "The Broader Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Global Governance" contains the following papers: "COVID-19: The Failure of G20 [Group of Twenty]" by Tom Bernes; "The Difficulty of Anticipating Global Challenges: The Lessons of COVID-19" by Lars Brozus; "Global Governance and COVID-19: Why International Cooperation Still Matters" by Michal Hatuel-Radoshitzky and Ari Heistein; "G20 in the Spotlight: The Fight Against COVID-19" by Ettore Greco; "Mistaking Panacea for Pathogens: The Case for Existential Multilateralism" by Patrycja Sasnal; "COVID-19 and Rebalancing the Global Agenda" by Igor Yurgens and Sergey Kulik; "COVID-19 Responses Expose Gaps in Global Governance" by Yarik Turianskyi, Steven Gruzd, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, and Neuma Grobbelaar; and "The Effects of COVID-19 and How to Prepare for the Future" by Selim Yenel. "How COVID-19 Could Send Latin America Back in Time" by Carlos Javier Regazzoni; "Toward a Resilient Global Public Health Cooperation Framework" by Chen Dongxiao and Lu Chuanying; "COVID-19: Public Health Is a Question of National Security" by Kriti Kapur and Shoba Suri; "Enhancing International and Regional Cooperation to Mitigate the Effects of the COVID-19 Pan-demic: A View From Indonesia " by Philips Vermonte, Yose Rizal Damuri, and Shafiah Muhibat; and "COVID-19 and Global Governance: Waking Up to a Safe New World" by Mely Caballero-Anthony are found in Part 2: "COVID-19 and Global Health Governance".

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2020-05
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2020 Council on Foreign Relations
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