In this special series of commentaries from the European Policy Centre (EPC) in Brussels, experts look at how the EU's neighbourhood is dealing with the Corona crisis, and what the Union can do to lend a hand to those countries who are close to us, and whose stability and prosperity directly impact our own.
In the first commentary in the series, Dennis Sammut, Director of LINKS Europe and Managing Editor of commonspace.eu, looks at how the three countries of the South Caucasus have been dealing with the coronavirus crisis and discusses what should be the respose of the EU.
read it on the EPC website here
soiurce: commonspace.eu with epc.eu
Specialists at the University of Sheffield in the UK estimate that the blast had about one tenth of the explosive power of the atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima during World War Two and was "unquestionably one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions in history".