Introduction: Gendered Pandemic, Gendered Diplomacy
The COVID -19 pandemic — potentially the most challenging global crisis since World War II — is developing in a world of inequalities. Reports from around the world indicate inequalities shape who is affected and how, with
spesifik. Maka setiap peristiwa besar yang melanda umat ini, pasti akan ada pihak yang cuba mengaitkan peristiwa tersebut dengan hadith Nabi SAW . Begitu jugalah dengan wabak COVID -19 yang melanda dunia ketika ini. Wujud pelbagai konspirasi dan pandangan-pandangan pelbagai pihak berkaitan kemunculan
As countries prepare to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations in September 2020, the global crisis caused by the COVID -19 coronavirus is bringing the weaknesses and limitations of the UN system and other multilateral institutions into sharp relief. In the
: lockdowns, empty streets, working from home (for those whose work allows it), online education, and a never-ending stream of news under one single title, COVID -19. In Europe, confinement measures started to ease as of April, 4 however the pandemic is far from being over and many are warning about an
raises ethical questions for the future of EU strategic communication.
This essay exposes the dangers of disinformation for the EU , which have intensified in the context of the COVID -19 pandemic, and reviews relevant EU responses. It then discusses the prospects of EU strategic communication
tests to the limit a profession under pressure over the course of the past few decades. The purpose of this essay is to explore the ways in which the current global health crisis affects diplomatic practices. First, it considers how the rise of populism and the onset of the COVID -19 pandemic have
On March 19, 2020, the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Ruteng, Manggarai, celebrated the ordination of Monsignor Siprianus Hormat amid the covid -19 pandemic. The ordination was performed by the Indonesian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Monsignor Ignatius Suharyo
The global outbreak of the coronavirus ( covid -19) pandemic raised several questions at the crossroads of religion, state, and law. In the absence of a vaccine or antiviral drug against covid -19, the global prevention strategy relies on reducing social interactions and
covid -19, 2,209 of which were in Bavaria.
According to an analysis of nations worldwide by the Deep Knowledge Group, of the 12th of April, 2020, Germany ranks second after Israel in international safety ranking, and first in the ranking of the “Most supportive governments.”
The country has implemented many drastic measures to control the disease.
Among others, these government measures strictly limited religious activities. How did the state restrict religious activities to prevent the spread of covid -19? Why did religious authorities accept and