COVID-19 and Good Governance: The Domestic Use of State Powers to Fight the Pandemic
The event was part of a series in which the College of International and Security Studies continued to reach out to alumni interested in or working on the topic of good governance and the domestic use of state powers to fight the pandemic. Such events are important, as they keep Marshall Center alumni informed about the impact of current international security developments with an emphasis on coronavirus (COVID-19), during a time when the pandemic has made it impossible for the Marshall Center to reach out to the alumni community with face-to-face events and discussions. The Marshall Center is also working with groups of alumni on a regional basis to address issues affecting our partners...”
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