These are unprecedented times. A global pandemic has changed life as we know it. In recent months, we have examined the crisis through political, economic and social lenses, publishing articles from around the world. The result is three 360° series.
In our signature 360° section, we provide context and publish many perspectives on the same issue.
This is an e-magazine that can be read on smartphone, tablet and desktop in PDF format.
How Will COVID-19 Change Our World? — Atul Singh
How Effective Is China’s Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak? — Maa Zhi Hong
China’s Influence Dampens International Response to Coronavirus Outbreak — Daniel Wagner
Coronavirus Outbreak Exacerbates Italy’s Political Divisions — Valerio Alfonso Bruno
The British Government Is About to Fail on Coronavirus — Rupert Hodder
One Antidote to Coronavirus: More Multilateralism — Gary Grappo
Why Are Mexico and Brazil So Slow in Reacting to COVID-19? — Lenin Cavalcanti Guerra
Can the WHO Restore Credibility After Its Handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic? — Hans-Georg Betz
Will COVID-19 Alter the Global Order? — Joel Blankenship
COVID-19 Arrives in Refugee Camps — Phil Cole
Has COVID-19 Launched a New Era of Deadly Pandemics? — I.P. Singh & Atul Singh
COVID-19 Casts a Shadow Over Swedish Exceptionalism — Mette Wiggen
COVID-19 Contact Tracing: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? — Claire Downing
Herd Immunity May Be Our Best Hope — Daniel Wagner & Mark Eckley
Clean Water Is Crucial in the Fight Against COVID-19 — Gary Buswell
Amidst the Pandemic, Central and Eastern Europe Witnesses an Erosion of Democracy — Katherine Kondor