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Anna-Kynthia Bousdoukou

COVID's over. What now?

By reconvening speakers who attempted to address, primarily through online discussions, the pandemic’s early effects right as it began, as well as inviting in new contributors, the SNF Dialogues seek to create a record and make sense of what happened, three years on.

Brady Kiesling is a former US diplomat who famously resigned from the service in 2003 over the invasion of Iraq. He’s also the author of several books and an amateur archaeologist living in Greece. On September 2020, amid the pandemic and in light of the forthcoming US Presidential Elections, he was a speaker at the SNF Dialogues webcast titled “The Butterfly Effect: Entangled Geopolitics.” Two and a half years later, we checked back with him, about today’s geopolitical status quo, in our ongoing effort to understand our world in the post-pandemic era. 

The rule of law must be applied to politicians more strictly rather than less, using whatever statutes the available evidence justifies.

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