The asymmetric impact of Covid19 in the armed conflicts of the Middle East
MEDirections Blog, Blogpost, 2020, [RSCAS]
ROY, Olivier, The asymmetric impact of Covid19 in the armed conflicts of the Middle East, MEDirections Blog, Blogpost, 2020, [RSCAS] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66947
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Epidemics, like the many plagues that have struck Europe (for example in 1347 at the start of the Hundred Years War and during the Thirty Years War in 1618-1648), have never ended a war in history, even though sometimes they have played a long-term role by weakening empires or exhausting the fighters.
Published on 30 April 2020
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66947
External link: https://blogs.eui.eu/medirections/asymmetric-impact-covid-19-armed-conflicts-middle-east/
Series/Number: MEDirections Blog; Blogpost; 2020; [RSCAS]
Publisher: European University Institute
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