International Affairs and the Global Geopolitical Order after Coronavirus

International Affairs and the Global Geopolitical Order after Coronavirus
International Affairs and the Global Geopolitical Order after Coronavirus

History is made by moments that shaped the world and determined the global geopolitical order. Epidemics and plagues have ravaged humanity throughout its existence, often changing the course of history.

Like 9/11 or the collapse of the USSR the coronavirus pandemic is a world-shattering event whose far-ranging consequences go further than our imagination. Just as covid-19 has been shattering lives, disrupting economies and exposing the emergency preparedness of governments, the pandemic will lead to permanent shifts in the geopolitical balance of power. The decision that governments will take in the next four weeks will shape the world for the years to come.

How the world is going to look like after the coronavirus pandemic?

As the pandemic crisis unfolds, International Insider is developing forecasts and analysis to predict the dynamics of the new global order.

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Matteo Natalucci

Matteo Natalucci is a geopolitics expert working as an Editor in London covering all aspects of international affairs and technology. Matteo previously worked for the United Nations, the European Commission, Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, IHS Markit, and Global Data. Get in touch with the author: matteo.natalucci@internationalinsider.org
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