What if the World was always Right-Leaning?

Introduction

This week, I wondered what the legacy of COVID-19 is? This was triggered by a podcast I watched by Jordan Peterson, who radically defended a status quo of phallic idealism and economic realism as he sees it. As the COVID-19 pandemic hit, countries became scared and restricted the trade of food and then vaccines. After the WTO — headed by the Nigerian Economist Ngozi Okojo-Iwaela — told countries to find solutions to the pandemic and urged solidarity, the economic and socio-economic legacy of the pandemic is one where liberals will continue to…

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Henri Kouam

Henri Kouam

I am an economist and contributor to Nkafu policy, a think tank. I cover global economic, fiscal and monetary policy with policy and asset price implications.