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  • English
    Authors: 
    Hardy, Andrew; Shum, Melody; Ngọc Quyên, Vũ;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Hardy, Andrew, Melody Shum and Vũ Ngọc Quyên. “The ‘F-System’ of Targeted Isolation: A Key Method In Vietnam’s Suppression of Covid-19”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, December 2020. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/PB3-VN-containment-method-05.pdf

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    English
    Authors: 
    Mierzejewski, Dominik; Chatys, Mateusz;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Mierzejewski, Dominik, and Mateusz Chatys. “China’s Covid-19 Diplomacy and the South China Sea Dispute”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, October 2020. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/20-10-15-policy-brief-CRISEA-Mierzejewski-Chatys-FINAL.pdf; At the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, China's diplomacy has been increasingly assertive in global politics and Southeast Asia in particular. In its policies toward ASEAN, Beijing has had to address situations in which small and medium powers involved in territorial disputes with China, placed the South China Sea (SCS) on the international agenda, were pressed by military reactions or moved to gain a possible extension of their continental shelf. China's responses have had two different faces. First, its multi-vector assertive policies, conflicting not only with ASEAN and the United States due to the militarization of the artificial islands in the South China Sea, but also with Taiwan, Hong Kong, India and Japan, have demonstrated the power of the Chinese Communist Party to a domestic audience. Second, China has attempted to portray itself as a positive, even benevolent force, as its ultimate goal is to limit negative reactions to China's South China Sea claims and manage the territorial issues bilaterally, an approach termed "mask diplomacy". Nevertheless, it is at the United Nations that major battles between the parties to the SCS dispute have continued during the first half of 2020.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Quỳnh Phương, Phạm;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Phạm Quỳnh Phương. “Covid-19 in Vietnam: Social Engagement, Trust Creation and Political Legitimacy”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, December 2020. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/PB4-VN-social-engagement-04.pdf; Social engagement In 2020, Vietnam achieved remarkable success in containing and suppressing the coronavirus pandemic. The achievement is explained by political factors, including strong, timely and transparent governance, effective communication, close cooperation between central and local government agencies and between government and citizens. It also resulted from the adoption of effective pandemic control methods, including a proactive containment strategy of testing, tracing and quarantining, targeted isolation and social distancing. Unlike other repressive contexts where compliance is achieved through coercion, the obedience of Vietnamese people in this epidemic was accompanied by a high level of trust in the government-which has rarely been seen in recent years and surprised many of its citizens.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Tá Khánh, Đỗ; Hansen, Arve; Hardy, Andrew; Phương, Pham Quỳnh; Shum, Melody; Wertheim-Heck, Sigrid; Ngọc Quyên, Vũ;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Đỗ Tá Khánh, et al. “Vietnam’s Covid-19 Strategy: Political Mobilisation, Targeted Containment, Social Engagement and Control”. CRISEA European Policy Brief. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/PB1-VN-Covid-19-synthesis-08.pdf; Vietnam is a country of nearly 100 million people with a long border and close economic relations with China. After infected persons arrived from Wuhan, Vietnam's first confirmed case tested positive for Covid-19 on 23 January 2020. Since then, the country has suppressed three waves of the virus. • The first wave was suppressed in late February; it saw a few dozen infections and no deaths. • The second wave lasted from early March to late April: it saw over a hundred local infections (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and elsewhere) and no deaths. • The third started in late July and was suppressed in late August: centred on Đà Nẵng, it saw over 500 local infections and 35 deaths, as the virus spread to hospitals. 2 To date (27 November 2020), Vietnam has seen a total of 1,316 infections (local and imported), and has enjoyed three months' without community transmission. 1 The authors are social scientists (anthropology, economics, geography, history, sociology) working in the framework of the Horizon 2020 project CRISEA (Competing Regional Integrations in Southeast Asia, www.crisea.eu) funded by the European Commission. Many of them lived in Vietnam through the events of 2020 and several were themselves subject to targeted isolation under the F-system. Đỗ Tá Khánh,

  • English
    Authors: 
    Tá Khánh, Đỗ; Hansen, Arve; Hardy, Andrew; Quỳnh Phương, Phạm; Shum, Melody; Wertheim-Heck, Sigrid; Ngọc Quyên, Vũ;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    CRISEA European Policy Brief

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    English
    Authors: 
    Prager Nyein, Susanne;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Nyein, Susanne Prager. “Against All Odds: Myanmar’s Covid-19 Response”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, November 2020. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Del-7.11-CRISEA-Policy-Brief-EU-4.pdf

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    English
    Authors: 
    Tá Khánh, Đỗ; Hansen, Arve; Wertheim-Heck, Sigrid;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Đỗ Tá Khánh, Arve Hansen and Sigrid Wertheim-Heck. “Governing Covid-19 in Vietnam: the Politics of Pandemic Control”. CRISEA European Policy Brief. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/PB2-VN-political-leadership-03.pdf

  • English
    Authors: 
    Arnez, Monika; Kaminski, Tomasz;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Arnez, Monika, and Tomasz Kaminski. “Strengthening Southeast Asia’s Resilience: the Role of City and Community Initiatives for Post-Pandemic Recovery”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, September 2020. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Policy-brief-Covid-19-Arnez-and-Kaminski.pdf

  • English
    Authors: 
    Rufat, Samuel; Plattard, Odile; Fekete, Alexander; GILLI, Ludivine; Hudson, Paul; Santoni, Victor;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | RESILOC (833671)

    The Second ENCORE European conference in October 2021 in Paris, France, has gathered two communities, the Risk Perception and Behaviour Survey of Surveyors (Risk-SoS) and the H2020-DRS01 Cluster on risk perception and adaptive behaviour (a grouping of several Horizon Europe – Disaster Resilient Societies projects, most notably RESILOC, BUILDERS, ENGAGE, LINKS, CORE and Risk PACC). During the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns in 2020 and 2021 the monthly Risk-SoS webinars have been keeping the risk perception and adaptive behaviour research community together with panels on the role of theories in research on hazards adaptation, resilience and vulnerability. Topics were on risk perception and behaviour across challenges and time, across disciplines and methods, as well as panel and longitudinal approaches, and workshops on theories and methods to advance the design of a collective surveying approach with potentially common questions and answers’ scales to foster comparability. The Risk-SoS webinars have also been discussing the results of the Survey of Surveyors and sustaining the collective effort to build a harmonised approach for risk perception and adaptive behaviour assessment. In an hybrid format, the Second ENCORE conference has gathered 25 researchers and experts from 10 countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom) at the Ministry of Research in Paris, France.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Karageorgis, Aris; Panagopoulos, Yiannis; Kastanidi, Erasmia; Destouni, Georgia; Kalantari, Zahra; Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, Samaneh; Maneas, Giorgos; Othoniel, Benoit; Lescot, Jean-Marie; Leccia-Phelpin, Odile; +12 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | COASTAL (773782)

    Existing research and administration primarily addresses coastal and rural development from either a land- or sea-based perspective, making policy recommendations ill-adapted to fully benefit from opportunities which could otherwise foster synergistic economic development of coastal regions and the hinterland. The aim of the H2020 project COASTAL (https://h2020-coastal.eu), which started in May 2018, is to identify these opportunities by improved understanding of the social-ecological land-sea interactions. To this end, coastal and rural stakeholders interacted with local experts in six Multi-Actor Labs throughout the EU Territory. Causal Loop Diagrams, System Dynamics (SD) models, scenarios and other tools have been developed to support the design of evidence-based business road maps and policy guidelines. This WP4 deliverable (D14) is a status report for the progress made with the design and implementation of the operational land-sea models by the Multi-Actor Labs (MALs) after 36 months. The report builds on the deliverable D13 describing the system architecture and database for the draft models (Viaene et al., 2020). These operational stock-flow models are now available for all MALs and can be used to analyse systemic land-sea interactions and evaluate different policy alternatives with examples described in this deliverable. Not surprisingly, the project and systems modelling were affected by the impacts of the covid-19 pandemic. Planned formal and informal meetings with partners to jointly discuss the progress of the modelling, technical and design problems, and work out solutions had to be organised as online events which turned out to be far less effective despite of the number of meetings. Nevertheless, all MALs were able to identify the key stock and flow variables and quantify the social-environmental interactions connecting these variables. In the final phase of the project, these models will be combined with quantified scenarios to address system uncertainties and used to visualize business road maps and policy actions. This will help make policy and business recommendations evidence-based and allow comparison of proposed strategies for coastal-rural development, including best practices and system tipping points. Topics range from fish farming, sustainable water management, eco farming and rural tourism to renewable energy, and are being examined in the context of the EU Green Deal. Important methodological lessons can be learned from the modelling exercise. Model complexity should be tuned to the purpose of holistic policy analysis with enough consideration for cross-thematic aspects. Stakeholders are best engaged in the co-creation process by focusing on the policy implications rather than the underlying modelling, even if their feedback on models is constructive and useful. A step-by-step design strategy supported with system archetypes and concrete examples is essential for facilitating the translation of causal loop diagrams into operational policy models. To conclude, we provide a synthesis section in which the general status of the MAL models is summarised and in which we reflect on the progress made with the modelling and provide an outlook for remaining challenges in the modelling process.; This WP4 deliverable (D14) is a status report for the progress made with the design and implementation of the operational land-sea models by the Multi-Actor Labs (MALs) after 36 months. The report builds on the deliverable D13 describing the system architecture and database for the draft models (Viaene et al., 2020). These operational stock-flow models are now available for all Multi Actor Labs and can be used to analyse systemic land-sea interactions and evaluate different policy alternatives with examples described in this deliverable. Not surprisingly, the project and systems modelling were affected by the impacts of the covid-19 pandemic. Planned formal and informal meetings with partners to jointly discuss the progress of the modelling, technical and design problems, and work out solutions had to be organised as online events which turned out to be far less effective despite of the number of meetings. Nevertheless, all MALs were able to identify the key stock and flow variables and quantify the social-environmental interactions connecting these variables. In the final phase of the project, these models will be combined with quantified scenarios to address system uncertainties and used to visualize business road maps and policy actions. This will help make policy and business recommendations evidence-based and allow comparison of proposed strategies for coastal-rural development, including best practices and system tipping points. Topics range from fish farming, sustainable water management, eco farming and rural tourism to renewable energy, and are being examined in the context of the EU Green Deal. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 773782 This document was produced under the terms and conditions of Grant Agreement No. 773782 for the European Commission. It does not necessary reflect the view of the European Union and in no way anticipates the Commission's future policy in this area Dissemination level PU Public X CO Confidential, restricted under conditions set out in Model Grant Agreement CI Classified information as referred to in Commission Decision 2001/844/EC); Ce livrable WP4 (D14) est un état d'avancement de la conception et de la mise en œuvre des modèles opérationnels terre-mer par les Multi-Actor Labs (MALs) après 36 mois. Le rapport s'appuie sur le livrable D13 décrivant l'architecture du système et la base de données pour les projets de modèles (Viaene et al., 2020). Ces modèles opérationnels stock-flux sont désormais disponibles pour tous les laboratoires multi-acteurs et peuvent être utilisés pour analyser les interactions systémiques terre-mer et évaluer différentes alternatives politiques avec des exemples décrits dans ce livrable. Sans surprise, la modélisation du projet et des systèmes a été affectée par les impacts de la pandémie de covid-19. Des réunions formelles et informelles planifiées avec des partenaires pour discuter conjointement de l'avancement de la modélisation, des problèmes techniques et de conception, et trouver des solutions ont dû être organisées sous forme d'événements en ligne qui se sont avérés beaucoup moins efficaces malgré le nombre de réunions. Néanmoins, tous les MAL ont pu identifier les principales variables de stock et de flux et quantifier les interactions socio-environnementales reliant ces variables. Dans la phase finale du projet, ces modèles seront combinés à des scénarios quantifiés pour répondre aux incertitudes du système et utilisés pour visualiser les feuilles de route commerciales et les actions politiques. Cela aidera à fonder les recommandations politiques et commerciales sur des données probantes et permettra de comparer les stratégies proposées pour le développement côtier et rural, y compris les meilleures pratiques et les points de basculement du système. Les sujets vont de la pisciculture, la gestion durable de l'eau, l'agriculture écologique et le tourisme rural aux énergies renouvelables, et sont examinés dans le cadre du Green Deal de l'UE. Ce projet a reçu un financement du programme de recherche et d'innovation Horizon 2020 de l'Union européenne dans le cadre de la convention de subvention n° 773782 Ce document a été produit dans le cadre de la convention de subvention n° 773782 pour la Commission européenne. Il ne reflète pas nécessairement le point de vue de l'Union européenne et n'anticipe en aucune manière sur la politique future de la Commission dans ce domaine. /844/CE)