Globalization and the World Order in the New Realities of the Post-COVID World // Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 2021. Vol. 91, Issue 4. P. 414-418. DOI 10.1134/S101933162104002X.
The contours of the accelerated transformation of the architecture of the world order under the influence of numerous crisis shocks associated with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020–2021 are considered. The trends of globalization‒deglobalization and the growing bipolarity of the world order, which is viewed as a consequence of the exacerbation of the US‒China confrontation, are assessed. China’s approaches to significant structural shifts in economic priorities are analyzed. In conclusion, proposals are formulated for changes in the Russian economic policy.
Keywords: global crises | world economy | pandemic | world-order architecture | technologies | external shocks | industrial policy | Russia | China | European Union | India | United States |
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