Foreign Ministry projects, risks, opportunities in post-coronavirus days

When it comes to countries turning inward in light of the pandemic, Oren Anolik and Uri Resnick pointed out that Israel has mostly benefited from globalization.

With borders closed, flights canceled and countries keeping foreigners out, along with lockdowns, quarantines and other social distancing measures in place to curb the spread of coronavirus, the world looks like a different place than it did just a few months ago, and though much of the changes are expected to eventually be reversed, they could still have a long-lasting impact.
That is why the Foreign Ministry is working on its own projections for what a post-coronavirus pandemic world could look like, mapping out its dangers and opportunities for Israel’s foreign relations

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