The coronavirus pandemic won’t automatically lead to reforms. Great upheavals only bring systemic change when reformers have a plan—and the power to implement it.
The pandemic proved, once and for all, that the world can’t be flat. But global trade can recover—if we rewrite the rules.
The COVID-19 crisis could lead to a modern-day New Deal—but only if Democrats have the courage to replace failed economic policies with radical reforms.
New Delhi risks responding to a deadly border skirmish by making its economy more insular. Few things would benefit Beijing more.
EU officials speak increasingly of Beijing as a rival, not a partner. But unlike Trump, they don’t yet want a divorce.
The coronavirus and lockdowns have worsened the region’s economic divides—and set the stage for more political upheaval.
Tehran pinned its economic hopes on China, India, Japan, and South Korea. But those countries have largely left the country to ruin.
Narendra Modi came to power promising to prioritize relations with countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. China is taking advantage of his failure to do so.
Governments stopped the world in its tracks during the pandemic—and our relationship to the economy will never be the same again.
The EU must defend its values rather than caving to economic pressure from Beijing.
For most Israelis, the deals are enticing and the threat seems remote.
Prolonged lockdowns will exacerbate food and income insecurity during the agricultural lean season.
The U.K. and EU still find themselves far apart on crucial issues—with time running out.