While the world’s attention appropriately focuses on the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, the threat of violent extremism remains, and has in some circumstances been exacerbated during the crisis
In a global tug of war, the COVID-19 pandemic has added a new dimension to the global strategic balance and triggered a chain of events in the struggle for global strategic dominance, besides causing tremendous human suffering.
The Covid-19 shock is bad news for the advanced capitalist economies. It is even worse news for some of the workers there: not only is their job suspended in the best of cases, recessions are usually strongly associated with increased automation, especially of routine jobs.
The world as we know it has changed, to say that everything will go back to the way it once was is a fairy tale. Never before in our generation we have been forced to rethink our daily routines, spending habits, and social interactions, which have up until now required little thought.
We are all facing tough times and situations with a pandemic in our daily life. Some of us got travels canceled, others got their plans interrupted, most of the people won't even go out of their homes.