|The Coronavirus crisis is causing governments to reassess priorities, whether they like it or not. Prior to the crisis, global military spending was at a record high but the pandemic has dramatically highlighted the futility of such extravagance.
There is no better time for the anti-war movement to pressure governments to reduce military spending in favour of prioritising services that really protect our communities. With the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, calling for a global ceasefire and an economic storm on the way now is the time for dramatic military cutbacks.
Join Phyllis Bennis, Claudia Webbe MP, Mayer Wakefield and more to talk about how the Coronavirus crisis is re-shaping foreign policy priorities and restructuring the global order.
Apr 28, 2020 06:00 PM in London