How the crises in geopolitics and the world economy could affect us over the next two to five years.
COVID has now claimed over 200,000 lives on the subcontinent, and the knock-on effects are likely to be substantial.
US trading partners can expect an export boom, but that alone will only have muted benefits for them.
From pandemic stimulus to China relations, it will soon become clear that there is a new broom in town.
China is due to surge ahead, but there is bad news for other developing countries.
The current pandemic could be the undoing of globalisation if countries fail to cooperate and choose isolationism over a common purpose.
As the markets bounce in the wake of the US government’s US$2 trillion giveaway, stand by for some (slightly) sunny thinking.