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The data on global coronavirus-related trade and job losses is grim, but the worst is yet to come

Memories of the pain and harm done by the US-China trade war and six months of street violence across Hong Kong may not have faded, but they have, in the past three months, been overwhelmed by the coronavirus, and the unremitting angst that this invisible enemy has caused in communities worldwide.So it is not good news that the worst is yet to come, and might not be done with us until well into 2021.We are only now beginning to sense the scale of the economic harm being inflicted in the fight…

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Will the US, China and Russia come together to shape a new world order post-coronavirus?

If we know anything about the post-pandemic world, it is that it will be “different”, and that three countries – the United States, China and Russia – will be decisive in shaping it, for better or worse.These three countries are not only the most powerful strategic, military and, in two of the three cases, economic players of our time but they are also countries whose governments think and operate in “rule-setting” ways. Each of them will carry an effective veto on the world-building plans of…

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If the World Fails to Protect the Economy, COVID-19 will Damage Health Long into the Future

Economic crashes have dire consequences for public health, and we must prepare

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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30 days that brought the world to the brink of a depression

Monday, February 17. The novel coronavirus outbreak is raging in China, but fewer than 1,000 people have been infected outside the country. With the virus out of sight and mostly out of mind, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stands just shy of 30,000 points, driven by the longest US economic expansion in history.

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How two senators became political villains in the coronavirus saga

As the scope and seismic economic impact of the coronavirus global pandemic was still not entirely clear to most Americans, several US senators were unloading large amounts of stock -- moves that came before the massive drop in the stock market that has cost Americans trillions in wealth.

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