It’s Time for a New Multilateral Framework to Address COVID-19

It’s Time for a New Multilateral Framework to Address COVID-19
The United Nations Security Council meets at U.N. headquarters in New York, Feb. 11, 2020 (AP Photo by Seth Wenig).

Over the past three months, world leaders struggling with the coronavirus pandemic have no doubt felt a little bit like pilots in the cockpit of an airplane that is malfunctioning and losing altitude quickly. They have tried to remain calm and act fast, despite not always knowing what exactly is wrong. They’ve called controllers on the ground for help and advice, flipped switches and checked internal systems, all the while reassuring anxious passengers. Despite some severe turbulence and initial failures, most leaders have avoided a crash landing. With varying degrees of success, they are managing their way through the first […]

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