COVID-19, China, And The World – Missed Opportunities, New Beginnings?

The current COVID-19 pandemic seems to be favoring a strong emphasis on national decision-making (manifested, among other things, by border closings) and mounting rivalry between major nations, exacerbated by the use of vaccines to strengthen alliances and a weakening of multilateralism. As could be expected, the impact of the pandemic is worst on under-privileged segments of the world’s population and emerging economies.

In this video, we explore what insights could be useful for Europe as it struggles to move through a second wave and what lessons – if any – can be drawn for multilateral cooperation.

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Disclosure: Dr. Dan Steinbock is an internationally recognized strategist of the multipolar world and the founder of Difference Group. He has served at the India, China and America Institute ...

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