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Gordon Brown and Lawrence Summers on how the world will be different post-coronavirus
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown and former U.S. treasury secretary Lawrence Summers say they believe that the coronavirus pandemic make countries realize the importance of international community and cooperation. "I think we will understand that our security depends more on our ability to cooperate with other countries to solve common problems than it does, as it has for the last 1,000 years, on maintaining a balance of power...We're going to move from a just in time world to a just in case world," Summers said.
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