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Argentina’s Response to COVID-19: Impacts, Strengths, and Weaknesses

Fernando Gabriel Zarabozo, NESA Alumnus and Researcher, Public Policy and National Security There is no doubt that COVID-19 has presented us with a crisis that few of us could have imagined in 2020.  Since late November 2019, we started to receive news from Wuhan, China of an extremely contagious respiratory illness.  COVID-19 gradually spread to Read More >

Covid-19: Thoughts from Tunisia

Brig. Gen. (ret) Khalifa Nafti, NESA Alumnus In Tunisia, we have started calling our medical personnel “soldiers in white coats”.  Like the other countries of the world, we consider our country at war against this unexpected and unwelcome virus. We rely on people’s positive energy during these critical times and understand that we all need Read More >

COVID-19 in the Gaza Strip

بالعربية Pусский Omar Shaban, NESA Alumnus, Founder and Director of Palthink for Strategic Studies The Gaza Strip did not need a new challenge that deepens its tragic and catastrophic reality. Gaza is a small area encompassing 200 square miles and a population of 2 million people, who have lived under siege for the last 14 Read More >

The Coronavirus Impact on Israel, Palestine Jordan

باللغة العربية Dr. Michael Sharnoff, NESA Center, 30 March 2020 Dr. Michael Sharnoff is an Associate Professor at the NESA Center and is the author of Nasser’s Peace: Egypt’s Response to the 1967 War with Israel. The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused many deaths, illnesses and major disruptions for Israelis, Palestinians and Jordanians. Israel’s Ministry Read More >

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