The coronavirus, a crisis of interdependence?

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By: Marie-France Chatin Follow

One of the major political facts of the crisis is the return to the fore in the public debate of the question of borders, total freedom of movement and the limits of a model based on deregulation of trade.


The pandemic also highlights the failure of American leadership and the unilateral nature of American initiatives taken without consultation. Faced with an American administration that seems reluctant to learn a few lessons from current events, can the European Union manage to share its understanding of the link between the crisis and environmental and climate issues?


- General Vincent Desportes , specialist in strategy and leadership. Professor at Sciences Po and former director of the War School. "Entering Strategy", ed. Robert Laffont.

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