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Month: September 2020

Heeding to Multilateralism and International Law Can Be Redemptive During COVID-19 Dilemma
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Heeding to Multilateralism and International Law Can Be Redemptive During COVID-19 Dilemma

By Adib BazgirThe COVID-19 pandemic should be considered as a phenomenon that will damage countries in the international interdependence context. Simultaneously, the structure of the international system has placed a responsibility on China and international organizations and other countries to combat this transnational threat. In addition to controlling the issue at the national level, China seeks to pursue its foreign policy by taking a decisive approach that has been used from the start of the Xi Jinping administration to get achievements and move away from a peaceful and soothed politics. The country intends to transform its international image from a security and order-disrupting actor to an economic-security actor and a protestor to the existing international order, but ...
13 Positive Sides of COVID-19
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13 Positive Sides of COVID-19

By Prem LamichhaneIn the time when we are witnessing the extreme opposing sides of the COVID-19 pandemic globally, there are positive sides too. There are not only threats but also opportunities. So, here are 13 positive sides of the COVID-19 pandemic: Reliably more time:Today, people spend more time on social gatherings and entertainment such as going to the theater, cinema, restaurant, bar, sports club, gym, music, festivals, concerts, celebrations, etc. Suddenly, all of those events are canceled or forbidden, giving us significant amounts of extra time. Although this doesn’t apply to the healthcare sector and other crucial sectors, it applies to many industries. Instead of wasting time, the opportunity is to spend this time on other things, not just during the ...