Covid-19 can turn the tide of political selfishness
The coronavirus carries a number of lessons about our global connecteness. Are we ready to learn them?
As of just a few weeks ago, nobody would have disputed that the most relevant and evident trend in the global politics of our times was “go national”. Unilateralism and zero-sum-game logic seemed to be the new normal: “For me to win, I need you to lose” and “Me first.”
These phrases seemed to be the unequivocal and almost uncontested trademark of this century. Moreover, it was a trademark that had almost no limits in ...