This time is different. The globalization of uncertainty

  • Paul Dobrescu National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
  • Mălina Ciocea National University of Political Studies and Public Administration

Abstract

“Some warn that the disease will be remembered not only as a human catastrophe, but also as a geopolitical turning-point away from the West. Are they right?” (Minton Beddoes, 2020). Irrespective of the answer, this question raises the unsettling issue of the viability of the current international order. This is not a singular voice. For instance, Henry Kissinger unequivocally asserts that “The coronavirus pandemic will forever alter the world order” (Kissinger, 2020). Analyses focusing on the geopolitical impact of the current pandemic often employ apocalyptical imagery.

Published
2020-04-01
How to Cite
Dobrescu, P., & Ciocea, M. (2020). This time is different. The globalization of uncertainty. Romanian Journal Of Communication And Public Relations, 22(1), 129-136. doi:10.21018/rjcpr.2020.1.290
Section
Essay