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Babies and Boomers

Intergenerational Democracy and the Political Epidemiology of COVID-19

Toby Rollo

. In modern mass politics involving millions of people, it is rarely the case that a purely non-political health-based decision is made. It is even rarer that a decision with no political trade-offs is even possible. Indeed, public health policies

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COVID-19 as method

Managing the ubiquity of waste and waste-collectors in India

Tridibesh Dey

's (2009) description of waste-trade networks in Delhi, peethas in Ahmedabad have their loyal clientele, and employees, often linked by various (distant kinship) relations of mutual obligation and contractual arrangement, including loans and sponsorship

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David Owen

regulated borders. Rather it was a product of global travel and trade, and unless we are willing to embrace quite radical forms of national autarky, we have little reason to think that actually having open borders would make a significant difference to our

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Milja Kurki

that the “liberal order,” or, at least, the neoliberal order with its agenda of austerity are, in part, to blame for the current predicament. On the one hand, it seems that the globalized system of trade underpinning the liberal order enabled not only

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Louise Haagh

tested ‘boots on the ground’ approaches to tracking ( Wright and Whipple 2020 ) in isolated attempts to beat the trade-off between health and economy. A recent OECD (2020) report singled out by contrast the requirement in Nordic states—where schools

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Coronavirus with “Nobody in Charge”

An open reflection on leadership, solidarity, and contemporary regional integration

Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

trade regionalism (the Pacific Alliance). The European Union has been blamed in many member states for not responding to citizens’ needs and was rejected in the United Kingdom during the Brexit referendum. Regional organizations in Africa continue to