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The world after Covid? (Almost) the same


Once the health crisis is over, we will resume our former life. With a few changes. Introduction to the latest issue of Eastwest, in newsstands today

Once the health crisis is over, we will resume our former life. With a few changes. Introduction to the latest issue of Eastwest, in newsstands today

Monica Samudio, 46, whose husband Jorge Garcia, 51, died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), is reflected in the window as she looks out of her new apartment, in Mexico City, Mexico April 29, 2020. Samudio said she moved from her previous home after feeling discriminated against when she and her husband contracted the disease. Picture taken April 29, 2020. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Sociologists, economists and futurologists are taking turns imagining what world we will live in when the pandemic will be behind us. Expressions such as deglobalization or slowbalization have long since revived, in the reflections of the Indian writer Adjiedj Bankas or in the economic forecasts of Thomas Piketti, the Keynes of our century.

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