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Where have all the health attachés gone?

Geoff Berridge

An influential article of 2014 noted that health attachés were appointed shortly after the Second World War and were thereafter assigned by \'a growing number of countries [...] to work in embassies in countries of...

Waking up to the ‘new normal’ or What does a post-COVID-19 world look like in small island developing states (SIDS)?

Tracy Hackshaw

We need to ensure we digitalise all of our business processes as to enable the effective digital transformation of our governments, businesses, and educational institutions so that the disruptive solutions brought by ...

The first month of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago

Solange Mike

A blog post from the perspective of a small state In only one month, drastic changes happened in the daily lives of the people of Trinidad and Tobago. As the global spreading of COVID-19 became more apparent, small ...

Public diplomacy in the time of Corona

Liz Galvez

If ever there was a time for governments to get their communications right, it is now. Governments everywhere are under scrutiny for what they say, how accurately they report facts, and what actions they are proposing...

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