Two new books assess the geopolitical lessons of COVID-19
It's not looking good for future troubles. It is still too early to predict the future impacts of the COVID, but for geopolitics, two new books - "Aftershocks" and "Geopolitics for the End Time" - argue that it looks bleak. The Economist breaks down how they show that this could have been a time for global co-operation. But it was not - the poorest countries were abandoned, borders were closed, and the conflicts in Syria and Yemen raged on. Are there any positives?
From The Economist