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What will a post-coronavirus world look like?

The coronavirus pandemic has been compared to the Great Depression and the Second World War, in terms of the threat it poses to democracy. Geopolitical risk analyst Ian Bremmer doesn’t think the crisis will usher in a new world order, but he believes it will intensify and speed up trends that many have worried about for years.

COVID-19: The latest from The World

Harvard grad student creates a new PPE supply chain from China to Boston

The coronavirus pandemic is creating an insatiable demand for medical and personal protective equipment (PPE) that has overwhelmed the world market. China has ramped up the production of needed supplies by bringing new manufacturers online. In an international marketplace where companies, federal and state agencies are fighting for equipment, Harvard business student Sophie Bai and her colleagues are creating a new supply chain.

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Conflict & Justice

Apologies from US officials

Australia's apology today has put a spotlight on government offers of apology elsewhere. In the US, Senator Sam Brownback has sponsored legislation aimed at a formal apology to Native Americans for their suffering.

Arts, Culture & Media

Treating fistula in Ethiopia

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mary Olive Smith, the producer of the new film, "A Walk to Beautiful,� a film which documents the work being done at the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in Ethiopia's capital city

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Simon Broughton, editor of a British music magazine called "Songlines." The magazine is celebrating its 50th edition with a list of "50 Great Moments in World Music."

Business, Economics and Jobs

Fakes all around

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Tim Trainer (NF) of the London-based "Authentics Foundation;� the group is dedicated to raising awareness about the social and economic harm done by the huge global trade in counterfeit products.

Arts, Culture & Media

More champagne?

Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Jerald O'Kennard director of the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago, about a plan to officially expand the region of France where "champagne" with a capital "C" can be produced

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz - name the 4-thousand mile rift passing through Africa - is the Great Rift Valley. It's a major bird migratory route between Asia and Africa. The World's Quil Lawrence took in a bird-watching tour on another stop along the way of that migration -- northern Israel recently.