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In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated a process of deglobalization that was already underway, exposed deep disparities in the quality of governance around the world, and cast a shadow of anxiety across all societies. Even more ominously, recovering from the crisis will require a political stability, policy coherence, and international cooperation on a scale not witnessed in years.
Erik Berglof – Learning to Live with COVID-19
Agnes Binagwaho – Lessons from Rwanda’s Fight Against COVID-19
Josep Borrell – Europe’s Watershed Year
Ian Buruma – Overcoming Trumpism
Brahma Chellaney – Xi Jinping’s Strategic Overreach
Angus Deaton – American Capitalism’s Poor Prognosis
Jared Diamond – How Might COVID-19 Change the World?
Mohamed ElBaradei – Who Is Attacking Whom?
Mohamed A. El-Erian – The Big Bounce-Back?
Teresa Ghilarducci – A Post-COVID Labor Revival?
Trish Greenhalgh – The Post-Truth Pandemic
Martin Guzman – Debt and Disease
William Haseltine – There Will Be No Quick COVID Fix
Sri Mulyani Indrawati – Recovering Global Leadership
Keyu Jin – The Shape of China’s Recovery
Hoe Ee Khor – Has COVID-19 Killed Asia’s Growth Miracle?
Harold Hongju Koh – America’s Post-Trump Reckoning
Ivan Krastev – The Pandemic of Fear
Michael Lind – The Cure for Demagogic Populism
Minxin Pei – China’s Fateful Year
Carmen Reinhart – The Quiet Financial Crisis
Nouriel Roubini – A Fragile Recovery in 2021
Klaus Schwab – A New “Year Zero”
Joseph E. Stiglitz – A Global Recovery’s Leading Variables
Laurence Tubiana – Getting Back on the Paris Climate Track
Andres Velasco & Mauricio Cárdenas – Latin America’s Pandemic of Woe