The coronavirus pandemic crisis has fueled, once again, the debate over the return of the nation-state to the international chessboard, writes Triantafyllos Karatrantos in an article for the newspaper TA NEA. Karatrantos points out that threats such as pandemics and international terrorism are classified as networks, due to their ability to spread and not to be confined by borders. Triantafyllos Karatrantos explains that no one can manage global threats alone and that what is needed is strengthening global governance to the benefit of the citizens and based on the needs of states.

You may find the article in Greek here.