Social media and international responses to the coronavirus

Ilan Manor

A new banner featuring key social media messaging outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, 01 May 2020. Photo: Getty Images

The disruptive impact of COVID-19 on the central institutions of multilateral diplomacy is clear to see. The WTO is closed, the UN General Assembly is out of session, while the staff of the ILO, IMO and FAO are on permanent leave. The absence of multilateral activity has led some publications to proclaim the demise of multilateralism. According

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