ICI y SGPIA han lanzado un nuevo blog (en idioma inglés): Pandemic Discourses.
https://www.indiachinainstitute.org/initiatives/pandemic-discourses/

El número inaugural incluye una contribución del presidente Lula Da Silva y Celso Amorim, así como de Carlos Lopes y Biao Xiang.

Estas piezas de autores de Brasil, Sudáfrica y China personifican nuestro objetivo de publicar puntos de vista interdisciplinarios de diversas partes del mundo, incluido el Sur Global en debates que han sido dominados por escritos centrados en el euro / EE. UU.

El blog es una colaboración entre el India China Institute y Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs at The New School. Está coeditado por Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Manjari Mahajan y Mark W. Frazier.

 

Pandemic Discourses
https://www.indiachinainstitute.org/initiatives/pandemic-discourses/

The Pandemic and the Challenges of the Multipolar Order: A View from the South
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, former President of Brazil
Celso Amorim, former Minister of External Relations of Brazil
In the wake of the pandemic, it is imperative to establish a new multilateral order in which international cooperation can truly flourish.

 

 

Hostages of Mobility
Biao Xiang, University of Oxford
The economic and social consequences of the pandemic can be understood through the global economy’s dependence on our collective mobility.

 

 

Can a Virus Accelerate Change in Africa?
Carlos Lopes, University of Cape Town
African intellectuals are calling for a different discussion. Isn’t this the right time to propel changes that have often been postponed?

 

 

An Introduction: Pandemic Discourses
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Manjari Mahajan and Mark Frazier
The blog aims to foster an expansive dialogue that encompasses voices from the global South, including China, India, and beyond.

 

 

 

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