From the Introduction: "The impact of the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic has severely challenged governments, health systems and economies, and has devastated millions of lives and livelihoods all over the world. [...] This research paper examines how - and whether - the world has demonstrated solidarity in tackling a global crisis of this scale and magnitude. How well have governments worked together to combat a common global threat? How well have they fostered solidarity in their own populations to stimulate an effective response to the disease? What lessons can be learned?"
Chatham House/Royal Institute of International Affairs
Rahman-Shepherd, Afifah; Clift, Charles; Ross, Emma . . .