Rudyard Griffiths is chair of the Munk Debates. The Munk Dialogues is a charitable initiative of the Peter and Melanie Munk Foundation.
We will get through this. At some point in the coming months there will be a therapy or vaccine that allows life to return to something that resembles normal. The question we are all starting to ask ourselves is what will the world look like post-COVID-19? How will this global pandemic change everything from our politics to our culture to global affairs?
Of this we can be sure: the impact of COVID will be far-reaching. Many of our core assumptions about the role and scope of government are being upended. How we work, play and learn are being transformed. Existing power rivalries are intensifying as the economic and geopolitical effects of crisis reverberate around the globe.
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Let’s dig in and help figure out the post-COVID-19 world for humanity.
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