The "Two Imposters"Lessons from perceived 'Triumph' and 'Disaster' in Foreign Policy



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Continuing the MBRSG series in partnership with THUSO on Public Administration & Governance, which was curated with the intention of adding value to the ongoing dialogue about the changing face of public policy, international development, and foreign policy, this third lecture focuses on how the world returns to a sense of normalcy in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, curated by Dr. Racquel Warner of MBRSG. Matthew Goldie-Scot returns to talk about the lessons and challenges arising from a deficit in understanding of local context, and Charles Schulze tackles how policymakers can learn from past successes and mistakes.
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