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Paul Rogers on COVID-19, Geopolitics, and Climate Change

May 06, 2020
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By Rachel Wong

What impact will COVID-19 have on geopolitics and climate change? That is the question that Paul Rogers answers on the latest installment of Below the Radar Conversations. This is a video series that looks at the current situation of COVID-19 and what impact it will have on a variety of issues in our daily life locally and around the world.

In this conversation, Am Johal talks to Paul Rogers, professor emeritus of peace studies from Bradford University (United Kingdom) about the impact that COVID-19 has on geopolitics and climate change, his readings on the responses of individual countries to COVID-19, and how we might find a way forward together.

Watch the conversation between Am and Paul here:

About Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers is professor emeritus in the department of peace studies at Bradford University in the UK. He is openDemocracy’s international security adviser, and has been writing a weekly column on global security since 2001; he also writes a monthly briefing for the Oxford Research Group. You can read more of his work and writing on openDemocracy here: www.opendemocracy.net/en/author/paul-rogers/.

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