Coping with Coronavirus Series

From Policy Makers to Experts:
Foreign Policy Debates in a Pandemic

 

Online Event

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Date:   14 April 2020

Time:   1115h - 1245h CET

Online:  Zoom Platform

Online Streaming Available here

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major disruption to the way policy making and analysis of such policies takes place. With most debates having migrated to on-line platforms, the nature of debate and the subjects of analysis have changed as well.

This panel — populated by policy makers, think tankers and foreign affairs advocates — looks to explore how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting short and long-term foreign policy and seeks to tease-out answers to an assortment of questions including:

  • How COVID-19 is re-nationalising international political life?

  • What constraints has and will (in the long term) COVID-19 place on key foreign affairs issues and their accompanying debates?

  • Will the impact on intra-European disruptions (re: the closure of the Schengen space and the reduction in the free movement of labour, goods and services etc.) be long-lasting?

Speakers List

  • Sofia KollerResearch Fellow for Counter Terrorism and Prevention of Violent Extremism, DGAP, Berlin, Germany

  • Jessica PennetierCo-founder of Women in International Security France, Paris, France

  • Martina ConteDirector of Communications, Euro-Gulf Information Centre (EGIC), Rome, Italy

  • Dr. Hannah NeumannMember of the European Parliament, Greens/EFA, Berlin, Germany


The discussion will be moderated by Susanne SchröderCFO & Head of Communications, Modern Security Consulting Group MOSECON GmbH, Berlin, Germany


This event will be held via Zoom platform on Tuesday, 14 April 2020 (11:15-12:45 CET)
 

Previous Webinars:

  1. Coping with Coronavirus: Euro-Gulf Perspectives

  2. Terrorism in the Time of Coronavirus

  3. Disinformation in the Time of Coronavirus

  4. From Policy Makers to Experts: Foreign Policy Debates in a Pandemic

  5. The Middle East after Coronavirus

  6. Populism and Nationalism in the Time of Coronavirus

  7. A Persistent Challenge: ISIS in the Time of Coronavirus

  8. Pandenomics: The Economic Impact of Covid-19, 5 Years Forward

  9. The Diversity of Crises: Yemen in the Time of COVID-19