The pandemic is fueling pre-existing economic tensions and rivalries among the three big world powers. From trade to finance and currency, the post-pandemic world looks increasingly fragmented and regionalised. While this may benefit regional organisations and interests, it can hamper global economic cooperation, with bleak prospects for a resilient recovery and higher risks of financial crises.
Is time really running out for globalisation? Which prospects for the interplay between Washington, Brussels and Beijing? Which impact on developing and poor countries? Is there still room for a renewed multilateral economic cooperation in the G20 and beyond?
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