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New Lessons For Diplomacy From Covid-19: A Comparision Between Pre And Post Covid Situation

Author(s) Abhinav Kumar
Country India
Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the landscape of global diplomacy, prompting a reassessment of traditional practices in light of unprecedented challenges. Prior to the pandemic, diplomacy relied heavily on in-person meetings and formal summits, but the advent of COVID-19 necessitated a swift transition to virtual platforms and digital communication channels, highlighting the importance of technological innovation in diplomatic engagements. Moreover, the crisis has underscored the interconnectedness of global challenges, leading to a shift towards fostering multilateral cooperation and solidarity in addressing issues such as public health, economic stability, and climate change. Diplomatic agendas have been redefined to prioritize health security, pandemic preparedness, and humanitarian assistance, with diplomats navigating the intersection of public health concerns with geopolitical tensions and international aid distribution. However, the pandemic has also exposed vulnerabilities in diplomatic responses, including the politicization of public health and disparities in access to resources. Post-COVID diplomacy must strive for greater transparency, equity, and accountability to effectively address global crises. Through an analysis of the contrasts between pre and post-COVID diplomatic practices, valuable lessons emerge for the future of diplomacy in an increasingly interconnected world, emphasizing the importance of digital diplomacy, multilateralism, and redefined diplomatic agendas.
Keywords COVID-19, diplomacy, global challenges, digital diplomacy, multilateral cooperation, public health, pandemic preparedness, humanitarian assistance, geopolitical tensions, international aid distribution, transparency, equity, accountability, interconnected world.
Field Sociology > Politics
Published In Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024
Published On 2024-07-05
Cite This New Lessons For Diplomacy From Covid-19: A Comparision Between Pre And Post Covid Situation - Abhinav Kumar - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i04.24017
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