Interaction in Society - New Approaches to State and International Administration in the Post-COVID-19 Period
Keywords:public administration mechanisms, European region, collective security, human rights, border control
The article analyzes the systemic problems of the modern world community in the relationship " person-society", "person-state", "state - international community", which provoked the COVID-19 pandemic. From the position of public administration mechanisms in the field of collective security, changes in the system of public relations in the post-coronavirus period are predicted. The author proposes a gradation of the crisis of systemic relationships triggered by a pandemic. From the point of view of mutual relations, the problems faced by the countries of the European region in connection with mass labour migration and quarantine are considered. The main challenges of modern collective security are analyzed, and the challenges that society will face in the post-coronovirus period are predicted. The main emphasis is on reformatting the relationship of the person to himself, his safety and health, understanding his duties and rights regarding society as a whole, duties and rights regarding native state and state, where person lives and works. The article discusses the possible main directions of interstate and international relations development in the post-coronovirus period, where military threats will no longer be considered as priority for response. The focus of efforts will be concentrate on epidemiological, epizootic, biological and food threats. We offer our vision of changes in relationship systems and their development paths.
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