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Il coordinamento internazionale in risposta alla pandemia Covid-19

  • Fabio Fossati

Collaboration is an intense cooperation aimed at realizing common objectives; coordination wants to avoid adverse interests. There is anarchy when governments make unilateral decisions. In conflicts actors have incompatible scopes. The World Health Organization implemented some standards to help governments to manage the sanitary emergence. The communication network of health technicians has informally pushed governments to apply those standards. Eastern Asian states were faster in their reactions than Western countries. Coordination worked with the diffusion of informal norms and not of codified and binding regimes of international law. Sweden did not fully apply those standards, but without deep objections and with ad hoc exceptions. Taiwan’s standards were even more efficient than WHO.

  • Keywords:
  • Coordination,
  • Conflict,
  • Anarchy,
  • International regimes,
  • Pandemic,
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Fabio Fossati

University of Trieste, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-0510-7523

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Chapter Title

Il coordinamento internazionale in risposta alla pandemia Covid-19

Authors

Fabio Fossati

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Italian

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-595-0.07

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2022

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Eirene e Atena

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Studi di politica internazionale in onore di Umberto Gori

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Fulvio Attinà, Luciano Bozzo, Marco Cesa, Sonia Lucarelli

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208

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2022

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Firenze University Press

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Studi e saggi

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2704-5919

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