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Throughout the centuries, competitors of the prevailing system have known that disaster presents them with an opportunity.

The Covid-19 pandemic will spark hugely damaging debt defaults in developing countries, hampering rebuilding and recovery.

The Covid-19 crisis is the third major shock to the global system in the 21st century, following the 2001 terror attacks and the 2008 financial crisis. I suspect it is by far the most significant.

The Supranational Democracy Dialogues, dealing with the future of Europe and of global governance, but also of humanity as one big interconnected family, as the virus showed once more.

Daniela Bassan, Q.C. is a Partner and Practice Group Chair at the law firm of Stewart McKelvey (Canada) where she focuses on complex, multi-jurisdictional dispute resolution. This blog is a part of special series on the coronavirus.

What does life look like on the other side of COVID-19? This is a question that just about everybody on the planet is asking themselves at this point in time.