RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) A pandemic like the one we are experiencing is so unique and severe that it could prove to be the most striking historical event of our lives. It will mark the beginning of a new era. As a result, leaders' decisions now and in the years to come, in a fluid world, will have long-term systemic consequences for their countries and for the global order.
As Janan Ganesh, a columnist for the British newspaper Financial Times recently said, it is likely that the next president of the United States will have, along with Chinese . . .