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International Relations Amid the Pandemic

... self-realization and fulfilment. The question pertinent today is: Who will be able to best exploit the new reality and take advantage of the opportunities that are opening up? And how? Igor Ivanov: Rethinking International Security for a Post-Pandemic World COVID-19 has also left its mark on the current architecture of international relations. At the turn of the century, it was mired in crisis. The end of the Cold War towards the late 20 th century effectively signaled the beginning of the transition from the bipolar world order established in the wake of the Second ...

16.09.2021

21CQ/GB Global Conference "The State and Future of the World: Post-Pandemic and Post-U.S. Election"

Over fifty leading experts, former statesmen and diplomats from many countries of the world took part in the event On November 27–28, 2020, the Canadian Institute for 21st Century Questions (21CQ) together with Global Brief Magazine held a two-day virtual global conference on "The State and Future of the World: Post-Pandemic and Post-U.S. Election". Over fifty leading experts, former statesmen and diplomats from many countries of the world took part in the event. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC...

29.11.2020

Global Victory Over COVID-19: What Price Are We Willing to Pay?

... value of human life is not the same in all civilizations, societies, and political systems. Nevertheless, let us try to calculate the total cost of vanquishing the pandemic and of those practical lessons that global society must learn while combating COVID-19. What outcomes do we need to see in order for future historians to be able to conclude in all honesty that in 2020, humanity passed the coronavirus test with flying colours? Duration Igor Ivanov: Rethinking International Security for a Post-Pandemic ...

24.04.2020

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