27 Sep 2020
The scale of the socio-economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy has not been witnessed since the Great Depression. Isolation measures, implemented across the globe to contain the virus, confined hundreds of millions of people into their homes, bringing economic activities to a standstill. This crisis has impacted the oil and gas industry in an unprecedented manner....
16 Jul 2020
Abstract The Coronavirus pandemic has had a severe impact on the member states of the European Union (EU). In addition to the health impact, the Union’s economies will fall into recession as a result of the lockdown and other measures taken to contain the virus. After an uncertain initial reaction, the EU’s main institutions have coordinated deliveries of medical aid...
8 Jul 2020
Abstract China’s immediate and future role in global affairs in post-pandemic times is an extension of its engagement in global issues before the Covid-19 outbreak. This role is enhanced by an urgent need for new voices in global affairs that emphasize dialogue and cooperation based on global standards. Covid-19 has exposed a deficit in the Western liberal order. A lack...
Executive Summary The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the global financial system severely.
The threat posed by extremism and terrorism is no longer limited to.
Forced population transfers have re-emerged as a geopolitical device of war in Syria.
The election of Donald Trump has been, for many people, surprising and.
Confronting ‘non-violent extremism’ has become a priority for policy makers in both.
This TRENDS Working Paper represents a more in depth analysis of a.
TRENDS invited its researchers and Non-Resident Fellows to give their assessment of.
The use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAs or “Drones”) by the United.
Genuine and meaningful reflection upon counter-terrorism policy involves all in authority being.