May 19th 2020
Geopolitical Outlook – A lot has changed! – Amelia Hadfield’s slides
2020 Post Covid appraisals - Amelia Hadfield's slides
- How will the crisis affect the balance of power - weakening some states and strengthening others?
- Will the major trading nations return to a broad economic consensus or continue to fragment into hostile tribes, blaming each other?
- Will globalisation go into reverse as countries hunker down and seek to be more self-sufficient - or will it herald a new era of international co–operation?
- How will the hit to the US economy affect Trump’s chances of re-election?
- Will countries with weakened economies seek refuge in populism, or revert to ‘safer’ traditional political parties?
- Will the crisis change our habits to the point where it has an effect on climate change & energy usage?
- Will the dispute over central bank intervention stretch EU unity to its limits?
- Brexit Redux?
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