FP: After the Coronavirus Pandemic

lumea care iese din pandemie – perspective Foreign Policy



The World After the Coronavirus – FP, 2.01.21


Start Preparing for the Coming Debt Crisis – FP, 20.10.20

  • The global financial crisis was just the prelude to what could be coming next. The next administration better be ready.

The Rise of the COVID Dictatorships – FP, 16.10.20

COVID-19 Might Not Change the World – FP, 9.10.20

  • Pandemics are not always transformative events. While some worrying preexisting trends could accelerate, it’s incorrect to assume that the coronavirus will end globalization, kill liberal democracy, or enhance China’s soft power. By Joseph S. Nye Jr.

Trump, COVID-19, and the Future of International Order – FP, 8.10.20

Emerging Stronger From the Great Lockdown – FP, 9.09.20

Crises Only Sometimes Lead to Change. Here’s Why – FP, 4.07.20

  • The coronavirus pandemic won’t automatically lead to reforms. Great upheavals only bring systemic change when reformers have a plan—and the power to implement it. By Sheri Berman

This Is What the Future of Globalization Will Look Like – FP, 4.07.20

  • The pandemic proved, once and for all, that the world can’t be flat. But global trade can recover—if we rewrite the rules. By Henry Farrell, Abraham Newman

Culture Shock – Foreign Policy, 15.08.20

The Future of the State – Foreign Policy, 16.05.20

The Future of Travel After the Coronavirus Pandemic – Foreign Policy, 1.05.20

How Life in Our Cities Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic – Foreign Policy, 1.05.20

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Will Permanently Expand Government Powers – Foreign Policy, 16.04.20

How the Economy Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic – Foreign Policy, 15.04.20

How the World Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic – Foreign Policy, 20.03.20

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