The Covid 19 pandemic has, among other things, fueled an international debate on whether the world will be different, more equal, or if it will stay the same after this crisis. It has raised questions on the role of the State, on the weight of the political sphere in an era when political power seemed to be steadily losing the battle with the economic power. It has put globalization to question due to the risks derived from frequent travels and open borders on the one hand and from the restructuring of the strategies of international alliances on the other. The pandemic has hit an already unequal world and it has made it even more unequal, affecting democracies, political credibility and polarizing even more between empathic leaders (mostly women) and populistic leaders

Changing democracies in an unequal world

Saccà, Flaminia
2020

Abstract

The Covid 19 pandemic has, among other things, fueled an international debate on whether the world will be different, more equal, or if it will stay the same after this crisis. It has raised questions on the role of the State, on the weight of the political sphere in an era when political power seemed to be steadily losing the battle with the economic power. It has put globalization to question due to the risks derived from frequent travels and open borders on the one hand and from the restructuring of the strategies of international alliances on the other. The pandemic has hit an already unequal world and it has made it even more unequal, affecting democracies, political credibility and polarizing even more between empathic leaders (mostly women) and populistic leaders
Saccà, Flaminia
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