Post-Pandemic World: Perspectives on Foreign and Security Policy
An attempt to provide a comprehensive picture of the lessons learned so far from the dramatic experience of the coronavirus pandemic and to look beyond it, seeking to sketch out the likely contours of the future that is in store for all of us.
Analyses, forecasts, as well as policy recommendations and warnings for the world’s decision makers can be discovered in this work for a variety of readers to take profit.
If this volume of essays demonstrates anything, it is the extraordinary breadth of experience and expertise of its many authors, [...] showing our collective determination not only to weather the storm, but to emerge stronger on the other side.
The essays included in this volume highlight the new dilemmas arising from the tectonic shifts in world geopolitics that the Western community of values has to face now and in the years to come, considering the impact of accumulated security risks caused by growing uncertainties, imbalances, disruptive technologies, emergence of new forms of hybrid and information warfare short of outright armed confrontation, spill‑over of military competition in outer space and cyberspace, and instances of unlawful behaviour by some major international actors such as Russia and China. The accelerated pace of change emphasises the distinction between enablers and spoilers in international affairs, while the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has added a new layer of concern as a real and present security threat on a global scale.
Anul apariției: 2020
Postfață: Mircea Geoană
Prefață: Wolfgang Ischinger
Număr pagini: 324
Autor: Olivia Toderean, Sergiu Celac, George Scutaru
Format ediție: Paperback
ISBN : 978-606-44-0792-4
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