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  • 2020 - REPORT - GULF CRISIS AND GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS

    2020 - REPORT - GULF CRISIS AND GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS

    Faik OZTRAK (Turkey)

    The Gulf, like other parts of the Middle East, is both a source of friction and cooperation between Europe and the United States. This reflects both convergent and divergent interests in the region, but it is also emblematic of more enduring changes underway in the international system as a whole,…

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  • 2020 - REPORT - SECURITY AND POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE GULF

    2020 - REPORT - SECURITY AND POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE GULF

    Ahmet YILDIZ (Turkey)

    As the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing recession are transforming the global security landscape, the Gulf region finds itself in a particularly vulnerable situation. The region’s volatile security environment was already of significant concern to the Allies and the international community years…

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  • 2020 - REPORT - CHINA AND THE GLOBAL LIBERAL ORDER

    2020 - REPORT - CHINA AND THE GLOBAL LIBERAL ORDER

    Lord JOPLING (United Kingdom)

    The contemporary global liberal order, established in the aftermath of World War II, and the values of individual liberty, democracy, human rights and rule of law that underpin it have formed the foundation of the Alliance since its creation. Using its expanding military capabilities, economic…

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  • 2020 - REPORT - THE NATO-EU PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING GLOBAL CONTEXT

    2020 - REPORT - THE NATO-EU PARTNERSHIP IN A CHANGING GLOBAL CONTEXT

    Sonia KRIMI (France)

    The relationship between NATO and the European Union (EU) – arguably the two most powerful multilateral bodies in modern history – is a recurring theme in international political debates, not only in Europe but also in NATO. Indeed, some members of the latter – not least on the southern and western…

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  • 2020 - REPORT - THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    2020 - REPORT - THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    Christian TYBRING-GJEDDE (Norway)

    The global community is currently undergoing the most consequential pandemic since the outbreak of Spanish influenza in 1918-19. Pandemics, however, are not as rare as many have thought. Indeed, there have been four major pandemics over the last 120 years when flu viruses genetically mutated, and…

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  • 2020 - 66th ANNUAL SESSION PROGRAMME

    2020 - 66th ANNUAL SESSION PROGRAMME



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  • 2020 - ESC ONLINE MEETING SUMMARY SEPTEMBER

    2020 - ESC ONLINE MEETING SUMMARY SEPTEMBER



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