Beyond the 2020 pandemic

Beyond the 2020 pandemic
The policies used to contain the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic have brought disruption that moved at a speed not seen in decades. As countries implemented measures to bring the disease under control, economies came to a screeching halt and entire sectors shut down. The flaws in many countries’ political systems were laid bare. All of this will have long-term effects on the world’s geopolitical shifts for years to come. GIS analyzes the potential consequences.

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A picture of a Chinese primary school student holding a paper cutout of a hammer and sickle, the emblem of the Communist Party of China

Systemic competition: China’s challenge to the West in 2021 and beyond

This year marks the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. By its end, Beijing wants to have built a “moderately prosperous society.” In parallel, President Xi Jinping seems ready to embark on an all-out contest between statist China and the liberal Western economies. While the Middle Kingdom will face many challenges along the way, it is off to a good start.

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