Since the Second World War period, the COVID-19 crisis emerges as a phenomenon pregnant with long-term consequences by affecting countries, international structures, companies and even processes, as well as individuals, which have had the most widespread impact on a global scale and directly affected. In this respect, it brings with it many security problems that are difficult to define comprehensively. The pandemic has forced people, companies and states to shut down by prioritizing the security of individuals as well as states and international organizations. This situation has led to a significant increase in digitalization and remote working practices in every field. In the panel to be held in this framework, the effects of the pandemic on security will be discussed in detail in the context of individuals, the state/organization and new security practices, together with expert speakers.
Haluk Karadağ, Dr., Department of Political Science and International Relations, Başkent University
Alpaslan Özerdem, Prof. Dr., Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University
Rabia Karakaya Polat, Prof. Dr., Department of International Relations, Işık University
Cenk Şen, C-Level Executive, Space Agency Board Member
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