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Coronavirus and international power [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

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Policy analysts and politicians alike acknowledge the ‘game-changing’ impact or potential of the coronavirus pandemic for the world economy and geo-political order, as well as on regional disputes and domestic politics in many countries. For the European Union, the crisis highlights the need for closer and more effective cooperation and action at European level, not least because a number of major players around the world are attempting to use the crisis to increase their international influence, often at the EU’s expense.

This note offers links to recent commentaries and reports from international think tanks on coronavirus and related issues. Earlier publications on the topic can be found in the previous item in this series, published by EPRS on 8 June.

From bad to worse? The impact(s) of Covid-19 on conflict dynamics
European Union Institute for Security Studies, June 2020

Is the Covid-19 crisis an opportunity to boost the euro as a global currency?
Bruegel, June 2020

Europe after coronavirus: The EU and a new political economy
Chatham House, June 2020

Global currencies during a crisis: Swap line use reveals the crucial ones
Central for European Policy Studies, June 2020

A new policy toolkit is needed as countries exit Covid-19 lockdowns
Peterson Institute for International Economics, June 2020

The impact of Covid-19 on cyber-crime and state-sponsored cyber activities
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, June 2020

Covid-19: Choc sanitaire et géopolitique
Institut français des relations internationales, June 2020

Will Covid-19 change the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific?
International Institute for Strategic Studies, June 2020

Next generation EU bonds might face a credit-rating challenge
Central for European Policy Studies, June 2020

Coronavirus and Europe’s new political fissures
Carnegie Europe, June 2020

Economic recovery will be the battered EU’s ‘Phoenix moment’
Friends of Europe, June 2020

Covid-19 and emerging economies: What to expect in the short- and medium-term
Bruegel, June 2020

How Europe should prepare for the post-coronavirus world
Carnegie Europe, June 2020

Cities on the frontline: Managing the coronavirus crisis
Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, June 2020

In navigating the economic recovery, one size does not fit all
Chatham House, June 2020

European coronavirus lockdown status
German Marshall Fund, June 2020

After Covid: Resetting Europe-Africa relations for mutual benefit
European Council on Foreign Relations, June 2020

Europe needs mobility and cooperation to fight the coronavirus
Carnegie Europe, June 2020

Trade in time of corona: What’s next for the EU?
European Centre for International Political Economy, June 2020

The US and Europe have addressed Covid unemployment in divergent ways: The differences are revealing
Atlantic Council, June 2020

Protecting biodiversity could spare us future pandemics
Friends of Europe, June 2020

Covid-19 pandemic threatens US elections: The pandemic adds significantly to the risk of a contested result and a constitutional crisis
Finnish Institute of International Affairs, June 2020

Critical supply chains: Do we need to bring them back home?
Friends of Europe, June 2020

European society and economy after Covid-19
European Centre for International Political Economy, June 2020

How the constitution’s federalist framework is being tested by Covid-19
Brookings Institution, June 2020

Youth or consequences: Put youth at the center of Covid-19 recovery
Brookings Institution, June 2020

Britain: Living with coronavirus
Chatham House, June 2020

How (and why) Turkey strengthened its grip on Libya despite Covid-19
Italian Institute for International Political Studies, June 2020

Emerging from the pandemic, Turkey rolls out a more assertive foreign policy
Carnegie Europe, June 2020

Covid-19: Voices from Asia
Council on Foreign Relations, June 2020

India: Covid-19 could be Modi’s reform moment
Italian Institute for International Political Studies, June 2020

Turkey’s ‘coronavirus diplomacy” and its impact on relations with the EU
Italian Institute for International Political Studies, June 2020

Multiplying crises: The coronavirus in Sudan
European Council on Foreign Relations, June 2020

Hurricane season, Covid-19 pose twin threats to vulnerable
Atlantic Council, June 2020

Living with Covid-19: The thinking behind Spain’s lockdown exit plan
Real Instituto Elcano, June 2020

La vie des cultes en temps de Covid-19 : Épilogue
Fondation Jean Jaurès, June 2020

Where the pandemic hits the hardest: Fragility, conflict and Covid-19 in Asia
Italian Institute for International Political Studies, May 2020

Trump’s Covid-19 response is deepening the transatlantic rift
Centre for European Reform, May 2020

The recovery fund faces a tricky passage
Centre for European Reform, May 2020

Securing Europe’s medical supply chains against future shocks
Centre for European Reform, May 2020

L’énergie solaire en Afrique subsaharienne après le Covid-19: Guérir un secteur malade
Institut français des relations internationales, May 2020

Covid-19: Cartographie des émotions en France
Fondation pour l’innovation politique, May 2020

Reopening America and the world
Brookings Institution, May 2020

The role of greater cohesion funding for solidarity and sustainability post-COVID-19
Institute for European Environmental Policy, May 2020

Global sustainable development in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic
Institute for European Environmental Policy, May 2020


Read this briefing on ‘Coronavirus and international power‘ in the Think Tank pages of the European Parliament.

Read all EPRS publications on the coronavirus outbreak

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