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The War on COVID-19: The 9/11 of Health Security?

The coronavirus pandemic represents a turning point in security studies, shedding light on the importance of the health of populations for sustaining the political, economic, and social health of the nation-state. Playing a role akin to the 9/11 eve…

Africa is Preparing for the Worst against Coronavirus

While the world has been facing one of the most serious health crises of the century in recent months, Africa seems to have been spared so far. The African countries have announced only very few cases, about ten for some and none for others. However…

Face au Coronavirus, l’Afrique se prépare au pire / Africa is Preparing for the Worst against Coronavirus

While the world has been facing one of the most serious health crises of the century in recent months, Africa seems to have been spared so far. The African countries have announced only very few cases, about ten for some and none for others. Howeve…

Impact of COVID-19 on African Migration: Thoughts, Perspectives and Ways Out of the Blind Alley

Africa has not been spared from the economic and political consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Acting as a catalyst for decreased job opportunities at home and increased foreign-born unemployment rates in host economies, COVID-19 will most likely…

La stratégie du Maroc face au COVID-19 / Morocco's Strategy Against COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, an action plan has been developed around three axes: health, economy and social order. In each of these fields, the assistance of public institutions, the private sector and members of civil society has made it …

L’agenda du Conseil de Sécurité de l’ONU au Premier Trimestre 2020: Les Foyers Classiques de Tension l’emportent sur le Covid-19 / The Agenda of the UN Security Council in the First Quarter of 2020: Classic Hotbeds of Tension Prevail over the COVID-19

In parallel with the appearance of Covid-19 at the beginning of this year, the various hotbeds of tension and war have seen dangerous escalations between the belligerents, threatening world peace and security. From Yemen to the Sahel, via Syria and …

Coronavirus, Risque Global et ordre Mondial / Coronavirus, global risk and global order

Never in the history of humanity has the configuration of an enemy common to all nations occurred. The pandemic Coronavirus crisis does not lie in wait for a particular race, religion or color. The one who is threatened is indeed the whole human spe…

Le Monde du Travail à l’heure du Coronavirus: Une Hémorragie des Emplois et des Mutations en Perspective/ The World of Work in the Time of Coronavirus: A Haemorrhage of Jobs and Changes in View

The labour market is being hit hard by the consequences of the damage caused by the novel Coronavirus. Out of the 3.3 billion employed working people in the world, more than 4 out of 5 are affected by the total or partial closure of workplaces, acco…

Les Systèmes de Santé en Afrique mis à l’Épreuve / Testing the health systems in Africa

It is still too early to assess the extent of the Coronavirus pandemic in Africa, but everything seems to suggest that it will have a major impact on already vulnerable health systems – from prevention to the management of patients. Various forms of…

Testing the Health Systems in Africa

It is still too early to assess the extent of the Coronavirus pandemic in Africa, but everything seems to suggest that it will have a major impact on already vulnerable health systems – from prevention to the management of patients. Various forms of…

Tackling COVID-19: The Need for a Nigerian Response

The coronavirus is a human tragedy that is now affecting over a million people around the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020. It indicated with certainty that the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) will s…

Unpacking Falsehoods: COVID-19 and Responses in Kano State

The escalation in the situation in Kano has come as a shock. Reports of a spike in deathscoincided with the suspension of testing in the state. A Daily Trust report on 21 April suggested that around 150 people had died in Kano in the five days previ…

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