Renewed role of the State and international cooperation

The COVID-19 crisis highlighted the pivotal role of the State, both at the national and international levels. In this chapter, the discussion is focused on the implications of the crisis for the role of the State and the need for international cooperation in the post-pandemic recovery. The discussion is structured around three pillars to enable the State to effectively steer the recovery and increase resilience, namely: the availability of resources and State capacity; the social contract and trust; and international cooperation and solidarity.

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