CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND INCREASING POVERTY AND PUPPET GOVERNMENT ROLE IN THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
The paper addresses the study of how the coronavirus pandemic (COVID 19) accelerated the growth of poverty and the number of puppet governments around the world. This was led by the tendentious and subjective management of globalization by rich countries that selfishly pursued only their own interests. The coronavirus pandemic has exposed this problem and countries. Especially poor countries faced with presence-absence. Increased the likelihood of their vulnerability. The large number of victims (up to 4 million people) forced scientists to start an in-depth study of this phenomenon. Famous foreign and Georgian researchers in such a situation (D. Black, J. Brown, P. A. Aldama, R. Capriano, K. Fitzpatrick, D. Cohan, A. Geller, A. A. Alvis, J. Shapiro, P. Berm , L. Papava, A. Sulaberidze, A. Silagadze, E. Mekvabishvili, M. Djibouti, I. Archvadze, etc.) are increasingly inclined to form a new, integrated scientific discipline of pandemology, which we also agree with. It will study not only the medical field, but also the consequences of economic, geopolitical, psychological, demographic, sociological and other changes caused by the pandemic, both globally and locally (A. Sulaberidze). Accordingly we will have pandemic economics, pandemic sociology, pandemic demographics, pandemic geopolitics, pandemic political science, pandemic international politics, and so on.
Keywords: Covid 19, pandemology and koropolitic, Globalization, Developmental Country and Georgia