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COVID-19

COVID-19

Coronavirus

05 Apr 2020 - 06:40
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The COVID19 pandemic will shape global health governance, national security policies, global trade relations as well as the future of the EU. Read our fresh insights and in-depth analysis on the virus’ impact on international relations.

Background

The Covid19 pandemic is a major humanitarian and economic shock to Europe, and the world. Countries are taking unprecedented measures to prevent the collapse of healthcare systems, and to keep their economies afloat. The economic and political consequences will be significant, with repercussions for the Netherlands and Europe, its geopolitics and international diplomatic, trade and security relations.

The Corona pandemic will shape global health governance, national security policies, global trade relations as well as the future of the EU, and the Clingendael Institute will offer fresh insights and in-depth analysis on the virus’ impact on international relations.

On this page you will find our latest Covid19-related work.

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