Start of the session
02 October 2020 16h30
End of the session
02 October 2020 18h00
Salle Guillaume

The COVID-19 pandemic will deeply disrupt international relations. Internationally, this crisis has produced far more protectionist reactions than global solidarity. A pragmatic approach, driven by economic and strategic interests, seems to have taken precedence over shared values and shared security as the building blocks of geopolitical alliances. However, co-operation is essential to prevent future threats. In view of consistently changing and short-term considerations, has COVID-19 put an end to international alliances as we know them?


Because of the sanitary crisis, some speakers will address the conference through videos: Stéfanie Von Hlatky, Camille Grand

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