This talk considers various forms of conflict that erupted during the Covid-19 pandemic and how calls for global peace/human security were both attenuated and amplified by this crisis. Through different scales of violence, Bui considers the ways marginalized communities and states sought to end the Covid-Colonial nexus through anti/post/decolonial critiques and actions. 

 

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