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Securitised Middle East COVID-19 responses raise risks
The pandemic has compounded existing economic and political crises in Beirut and Baghdad, with the securitisation of the response straining military and state legitimacy. Read more about the growing concerns around the mobilisation of security forces in the Middle East.
Russia & China lead on offensive cyber skills
Over the past week, Western governments have attributed several offensive cyber campaigns to Russian and Chinese state-linked actors. Read about the aftermath and the future of cybersecurity in this week’s Expert Briefing.
Local lockdowns will be key in COVID-19 management
This week’s Oxford Analytica Featured Graphic Analysis explores Europe’s largest COVID19 study and how both local and regional lockdowns will be a key strategy towards stopping the spread of the outbreak.
Development bodies boost gender mainstreaming effort
Research indicates that the #COVID19 pandemic has disproportionately harmed women, girls and gender minorities, while also disrupting humanitarian services targeted at them.
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台湾妹娱乐中文网,台湾佬娱乐网 India–China tensions escalated significantly last week when soldiers from both sides were killed in violent confrontations on the disputed India-China border.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an unprecedented reduction in global travel due to border closures. However, many countries are now implementing new measures to restart global travel.
This week’s Expert Briefing explores how the COVID19 pandemic has changed the strategic goals and intensity of cyberespionage, as information on pharmacological developments to tackle the breakout now becomes the main focus.
Progress on the UN SDGs faces serious new risks as the impact of COVID-19 threatens to reverse recent improvements in key developing areas, delaying the 2030 agenda for global sustainability.
Beijing could pass a law that criminalises 'sedition' to limit the scope of political freedoms and autonomy in Hong Kong. This week's featured Expert Briefing by Oxford Analytica explores the possible implications of this.
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