A View from Afar – In this podcast, Paul G. Buchanan and Selwyn Manning analyse how supply-chain bottlenecks, a global economic reset, and post-pandemic security are about to trigger a new era in geo-economics.
Wherever you are around the world, if you haven’t yet experienced the impact of supply-chain pressures, then you soon will.
As 2021 edges toward a conclusion, everyone and everything is impacted by supply-chain pressures. This problem laps at your front door with you waiting for your online-ordered-product to be delivered. And, it scales up to monumental proportions as global super economies wait for the latest shipment of iron ore or semi-conductors to dock in port.At this stage along the global-pandemic timeline, supply-chain bottlenecks are a huge problem that impacts on every sector of our lives from the petrol our vehicles consume to the rice we have with our meals.
And this problem is going to get more challenging as countries move to seek a best-case-economic-advantage as the world slowly emerges out from the shadow of Covid-19.
We have all heard a lot about a new world emerging in the post-pandemic period.
- But what will this look like?
- What impact will global change have on domestic, regional, and global economies?
- And, how will global powers react to a redefined world economic order?
- If change is coming, and it is, then how can the world re-emerge from this pandemic-period, and ensure progress and security are in sync?
Progress and security, that will be the next challenge of our times.
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