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Covid 19

Analysing the Threat

Ajey Lele (Redaktør) ; Kritika Roy (Redaktør)

The current pandemic has caused a cataclysmic disruption in the 'daily routine' across the nations and sectors. The damage this crisis has brought to lives and economies is unimaginable. This pandemic is a wake-up call to bring about systematic and structural changes to deal with such unanticipated menaces that can bring the world to a sudden halt. Les mer
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The current pandemic has caused a cataclysmic disruption in the 'daily routine' across the nations and sectors. The damage this crisis has brought to lives and economies is unimaginable. This pandemic is a wake-up call to bring about systematic and structural changes to deal with such unanticipated menaces that can bring the world to a sudden halt. This book attempts to contextualise and examine the nature of the ongoing pandemic. The experts who have contributed to the book analyse key geopolitical and technological aspects of the COVID-19 crisis. Besides, the book presents views from a few important States concerning their role in combating the ongoing crisis. The book also explores the issues of biosecurity and bioethics.

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Dr Ajey Lele is Senior Fellow in the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses and heads its Centre on Strategic Technologies. His specific areas of research include issues related to WMD, Space Security and Strategic Technologies. He has contributed articles to various national and international journals, websites and newspapers.

Kritika Roy is a Research Analyst at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses in New Delhi. She is also an assistant editor of CBW Magazine. She is an engineering graduate and has a Master`s Degree in Geopolitics and International Relations. Her latest book is Advances in ICT and the Likely Nature of Warfare (Routledge, 2019).