Source: The Century Foundation
Author(s): DANIEL BENAIM, THANASSIS CAMBANIS, DINA ESFANDIARY, MICHAEL WAHID HANNA, ARON LUND AND DAHLIA SCHEINDLIN
The COVID-19 pandemic represents the greatest threat to global public health in over a century. Its considerable impact is also being felt on global politics, security, and economics, amidst serious uncertainty over the trajectory of the virus and the future toll of the disease. The Middle East is no exception, as the region grapples with the coronavirus on a region already suffering from economic stagnation, multiple armed conflicts, and the decay of governance. In this roundtable discussion, TCF’s foreign policy researchers explore some of the most important consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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