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The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
Coming to terms
Take it down to districts
Food before cash
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The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
Coming to terms
Take it down to districts
Food before cash
The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
?Certain geopolitical trendlines were already
discernible but the COVID-19 shock therapy has
brought these into sharper focus, defining the
contours of the emerging global (dis)order.
?Rise of Asia became clear after 2008 financial crisis.
?Economic forecasts indicate that out of the G-20
countries, only China and India are likely to register
economic growth during 2020.
?Asian countries have also demonstrated greater
agility in tackling the pandemic.
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The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
Coming to terms
Take it down to districts
Food before cash
The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
?Certain geopolitical trendlines were already
discernible but the COVID-19 shock therapy has
brought these into sharper focus, defining the
contours of the emerging global (dis)order.
?Rise of Asia became clear after 2008 financial crisis.
?Economic forecasts indicate that out of the G-20
countries, only China and India are likely to register
economic growth during 2020.
?Asian countries have also demonstrated greater
agility in tackling the pandemic.
?The retreat of the USA.
? “America first ” looks like “America alone ”
?The U.S. still remains the largest economy and the
largest military power but has lost the will and ability to
lead.
?European Union ’s continuing preoccupation with
internal challenges.
?Expansion of membership to include East European states
?Financial crisis among the Eurozone members
?Ongoing Brexit negotiations
?Relations with Russia and China
?North-South divide
?Schengen visa or free-border movement has already become a
victim to the pandemic.
Page 4


The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
Coming to terms
Take it down to districts
Food before cash
The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
?Certain geopolitical trendlines were already
discernible but the COVID-19 shock therapy has
brought these into sharper focus, defining the
contours of the emerging global (dis)order.
?Rise of Asia became clear after 2008 financial crisis.
?Economic forecasts indicate that out of the G-20
countries, only China and India are likely to register
economic growth during 2020.
?Asian countries have also demonstrated greater
agility in tackling the pandemic.
?The retreat of the USA.
? “America first ” looks like “America alone ”
?The U.S. still remains the largest economy and the
largest military power but has lost the will and ability to
lead.
?European Union ’s continuing preoccupation with
internal challenges.
?Expansion of membership to include East European states
?Financial crisis among the Eurozone members
?Ongoing Brexit negotiations
?Relations with Russia and China
?North-South divide
?Schengen visa or free-border movement has already become a
victim to the pandemic.
?The emergence of a stronger and more assertive
China.
?China is now ready to assume global responsibilities.
?Belt and Road Initiative seeks to connect China to
the Eurasia and Africa through both maritime and land
routes by investing trillions of dollars in infrastructure
building.
?With COVID-19, international and multilateral bodies
are nowhere on the scene.
?World Health Organization
?UN Security Council
?G20
?G7
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The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
Coming to terms
Take it down to districts
Food before cash
The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world
?Certain geopolitical trendlines were already
discernible but the COVID-19 shock therapy has
brought these into sharper focus, defining the
contours of the emerging global (dis)order.
?Rise of Asia became clear after 2008 financial crisis.
?Economic forecasts indicate that out of the G-20
countries, only China and India are likely to register
economic growth during 2020.
?Asian countries have also demonstrated greater
agility in tackling the pandemic.
?The retreat of the USA.
? “America first ” looks like “America alone ”
?The U.S. still remains the largest economy and the
largest military power but has lost the will and ability to
lead.
?European Union ’s continuing preoccupation with
internal challenges.
?Expansion of membership to include East European states
?Financial crisis among the Eurozone members
?Ongoing Brexit negotiations
?Relations with Russia and China
?North-South divide
?Schengen visa or free-border movement has already become a
victim to the pandemic.
?The emergence of a stronger and more assertive
China.
?China is now ready to assume global responsibilities.
?Belt and Road Initiative seeks to connect China to
the Eurasia and Africa through both maritime and land
routes by investing trillions of dollars in infrastructure
building.
?With COVID-19, international and multilateral bodies
are nowhere on the scene.
?World Health Organization
?UN Security Council
?G20
?G7
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