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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has killed hundreds of thousands of people and infected millions while also devastating the world economy. The consequences of the pandemic, however, go much further: they threaten the fabric of national and international politics around the world. As Henry Kissinger warned, "The coronavirus epidemic will forever alter the world order." What will be the consequences of the pandemic, and what will a post-COVID world order look like? No institution is better suited to address these issues than Johns Hopkins University, which has convened experts from within and outside of the university to discuss world order after COVID-19. In a series of essays, international experts in public health and medicine, economics, international security, technology, ethics, democracy, and governance imagine a bold new vision for our future. Essayists include: Graham Allison, Anne Applebaum, Philip Bobbitt, Hal Brands, Elizabeth Economy, Jessica Fanzo, Henry Farrell, Peter Feaver, Niall Ferguson, Christine Fox , Jeremy A. Greene, Hahrie Han, Kathleen H. Hicks, William Inboden, Tom Inglesby, Jeffrey P. Kahn, John Lipsky, Margaret MacMillan, Anna C. Mastroianni, Lainie Rutkow, Kori Schake, Eric Schmidt, Thayer Scott, Benn Steil, Janice Gross Stein, James B. Steinberg, Johannes Urpelainen, Dora Vargha, Sridhar Venkatapuram, and Thomas Wright. In collaboration with and appreciation of the book's co-editors, Professors Hal Brands and Francis J. Gavin of the Johns Hopkins SAIS Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, Johns Hopkins University Press is pleased to donate funds to the Maryland Food Bank, in support of the university's food distribution efforts in East Baltimore during this period of food insecurity due to COVID-19 pandemic hardships.

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  1. Cover
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  1. About the Editors
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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Foreword
  2. Ronald J. Daniels
  3. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. Hal Brands, Francis J. Gavin
  3. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. COVID-19 and World Order
  2. Hal Brands, Francis J. Gavin
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. Part I: Applied History and Future Scenarios
  1. 1. Ends of Epidemics
  2. Jeremy A. Greene, Dora Vargha
  3. pp. 23-39
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  1. 2. The World after COVID: A Perspective from History
  2. Margaret MacMillan
  3. pp. 40-55
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  1. 3. Future Scenarios: “We are all failed states, now”
  2. Philip Bobbitt
  3. pp. 56-71
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  1. Part II: Global Public Health and Mitigation strategies
  1. 4. Make Pandemics Lose Their Power
  2. Tom Inglesby
  3. pp. 75-92
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  1. 5. Origins of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Path Forward: A Global Public Health Policy Perspective
  2. Lainie Rutkow
  3. pp. 93-113
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  1. 6. Bioethics in a Post-COVID World: Time for Future-Facing Global Health Ethics
  2. Jeffrey P. Kahn, Anna C. Mastroianni, Sridhar Venkatapuram
  3. pp. 114-132
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  1. Part III: Transnational Issues: Technology, Climate, and Food
  1. 7. Global Climate and Energy Policy after the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Tug-of-War between Markets and Politics
  2. Johannes Urpelainen
  3. pp. 135-147
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  1. 8. No Food Security, No World Order
  2. Jessica Fanzo
  3. pp. 148-168
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  1. 9. Flat No Longer: Technology in the Post-COVID World
  2. Christine Fox, Thayer Scott
  3. pp. 169-187
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  1. Part IV: The Future of the Global Economy
  1. 10. Models for a Post-COVID US Foreign Economic Policy
  2. Benn Steil
  3. pp. 191-203
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  1. 11. Prospects for the United States’ Post-COVID-19 Policies: Strengthening the G20 Leaders Process
  2. John Lipsky
  3. pp. 204-220
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  1. Part V: Global Politics and Governance
  1. 12. When the World Stumbled: COVID-19 and the Failure of the International System
  2. Anne Applebaum
  3. pp. 223-237
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  1. 13. Public Governance and Global Politics after COVID-19
  2. Henry Farrell, Hahrie Han
  3. pp. 238-258
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  1. 14. Take It Off-Site: World Order and International Institutions after COVID-19
  2. Janice Gross Stein
  3. pp. 259-276
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  1. 15. A “Good Enough” World Order: A Gardener’s Manual
  2. James B. Steinberg
  3. pp. 277-294
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  1. Part VI: Grand Strategy and American Statecraft
  1. 16. Maybe It Won’t Be So Bad: A Modestly Optimistic Take on COVID and World Order
  2. Hal Brands, Peter Feaver, William Inboden
  3. pp. 297-315
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  1. 17. COVID-19’s Impact on Great-Power Competition
  2. Thomas Wright
  3. pp. 316-330
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  1. 18. Building a More Globalized Order
  2. Kori Schake
  3. pp. 331-347
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  1. 19. Could the Pandemic Reshape World Order, American Security, and National Defense?
  2. Kathleen H. Hicks
  3. pp. 348-365
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  1. Part VII: Sino-American Rivalry
  1. 20. The United States, China, and the Great Values Game
  2. Elizabeth Economy
  3. pp. 369-387
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  1. 21. The US-China Relationship after Coronavirus: Clues from History
  2. Graham Allison
  3. pp. 388-405
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  1. 22. Building a New Technological Relationship and Rivalry: US-China Relations in the Aftermath of COVID
  2. Eric Schmidt
  3. pp. 406-418
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  1. 23. From COVID War to Cold War: The New Three-Body Problem
  2. Niall Ferguson
  3. pp. 419-437
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  1. Index
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781421440750
Related ISBN
9781421440743
MARC Record
OCLC
1190718172
Launched on MUSE
2020-08-31
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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