First France and the United States. Then Bellarus and Russia. Extensive demonstrations show that large sections of the population – during the greatest crisis since World War II – are turning to their political leaders. In 2020–21, the world is hit by a pandemic that increases social divides. And the battle for biodiversity and the climate has been put on hold. Old concepts no longer work – and we do not have the new ones in place.
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