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

For now, this session is no longer available due to sanitary prevention. Registration might open again. You can, if you wish, register on the waiting list to be contacted if it seats are available. 


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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?

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