Calculating the Cost of the War - Keeping an Eye on the Geopolitical Ball

Eye on the Geopolitical Ball

Peace, Security & Defence

Right now, the world is reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Forward-thinking is focused on the social and economic fallout from the pandemic, and the present priority is to stop the spread of the virus. However, although attentions are elsewhere, the geopolitical ball has not stopped rolling. While governments and the news cycle are distracted by this global health crisis, pre-existing conflicts and security issues have not disappeared. Some have even been further exacerbated by the COVID crisis. This new video series, hosted by Jamie Shea, Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe, aims to shed light on issues that have been overshadowed by this crisis. The emphasis is on concerns that existed pre-crisis and will continue to exist after, with the potential to cause further volatility in the geopolitical fault lines of an already destabilised world.

This week on Keeping an Eye on the Geopolitical Ball, Jamie Shea, Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe, discusses the real cost of the war and American efforts to pacify Afghanistan, as well as diplomacy and deterrence options for the international community in facing new rogue states.

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