US-China rivalry will shape post-coronavirus world order while India and the EU struggle to keep pace
- Greater danger and fragmentation are expected as Russia keeps its place at the table of great powers, while Turkey and other regional powers vie for influence
- India must upgrade its diplomacy and accelerate its regional engagement and integration or it risks being consigned to long-term secondary status
Marco Vicenzino specialises in geopolitical risk and international business development. He is strategic adviser to corporate executives and family offices operating globally, and a regular speaker at international conferences. He is a lawyer with degrees from Oxford University and Georgetown University.