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新冠病毒疫情后世界形势会发生哪些变化?

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  • 来源:互联网
  • 时间:2020-06-30 15:59:09

  新冠病毒在全球都带来了巨大的影响,大家也在关注新冠病毒疫情后的情况,下面就一起看看约翰霍普金斯大学专家对世界形势变化的解说。

  永远改变:为期两天的论坛探讨地缘政治秩序的变化

  基辛格全球事务中心召集专家讨论新冠病毒疫情后的世界将是什么样子

  中心工作人员报告/发表于20小时前的COVID-19流感大流行已经产生了直接而深远的影响,迄今已夺去近50万人的生命,并造成全球经济灾难。但正如美国前国务卿基辛格(Henry Kissinger)最近警告的那样,“冠状病毒的流行将永远改变世界秩序”,不仅造成直接的破坏,而且将永远重塑我们的生活和我们的机构、城市、国家和社会的结构。

  约翰霍普金斯大学校长罗纳德·丹尼尔斯(Ronald J.Daniels)将于周二上午发表介绍性讲话,他说:“尽管我们约翰·霍普金斯大学(Johns Hopkins University)正努力在近期内应对病毒的挑战和破坏,但我们也在考虑这一特殊时刻对全球格局的持久影响。”。

  为了在新冠病毒大流行后讨论、辩论和重新设想未来,来自约翰霍普金斯大学和其他地方的数十名知名教师和研究人员将于6月30日和7月1日召开“COVID-19论坛后的虚拟世界秩序”会议。这次活动由JHU SAIS Henry A.Kissinger全球事务中心主办,将邀请公共卫生、医学、经济学、国际安全、伦理和治理领域的世界知名专家为我们指明前进的道路。请参阅完整的会议议程。

  这些对话将成为COVID-19和《世界秩序:冲突、竞争与合作的未来》(World Order:the Future of Conflict,Competition,and collaboration)的基础,这是约翰霍普金斯大学出版社于2020年秋季出版的论文集。

  谷歌前首席执行官兼董事长埃里克·施密特(Eric Schmidt)将于周二上午11时在论坛上发表主题演讲,主题是技术对我们生活和世界的影响。活动的共同组织者,基辛格中心主任弗朗西斯J.加文(Francis J.Gavin)和SAIS教授哈尔·布兰兹(Hal Brands)认为,施密特是研究技术角色转变的最有思想、最有洞察力的分析师之一。

  加文说:“他认识到了技术对生活的巨大影响。考虑一下它在当前流行病中的作用,允许以十年前无法理解的方式继续进行科学研究、合作、交付货物等。”埃里克比任何人都更了解这些可能性。他还对这项新技术的潜在挑战和阴暗面有了更好的理解,特别是当我们走向一个人工智能、自动化和机器人技术提供巨大机遇的世界时。”

  活动的第二天首先是与美国前财长萨默斯(Lawrence H.Summers)的谈话,萨默斯“比任何人都更考虑这场危机的长期经济后果,”加文说。

  约翰·霍普金斯有一些最优秀的天才来思考世界秩序问题。我们正从校内和校外汇集人才,我认为世界上很少有其他大学能够做到这一点。”

  弗朗西斯·J·加文

  基辛格全球事务中心主任加文说,冠状病毒大流行造成的经济损失与潜在的经济趋势有关,包括全球化和日益扩大的不平等我们有很大的危险,但也有机会重新思考我们的经济政策,既有助于我们摆脱这种可怕的经济困境,也有机会考虑进行经济改革,以解决我们一段时间以来所面临的许多根本问题。”

  盖文说,成立于2016年的亨利·A·基辛格全球事务中心是一个以不断变化的地缘政治秩序为中心的论坛的理想东道主。

  他说:“约翰霍普金斯大学一直被公认为流行病学和全球公共卫生领域的世界领导者,他们在生物医学、医学治疗和技术方面也一直被公认为世界领先者。”几年前,随着基辛格中心的成立,我认为不太为人所知的是,约翰·霍普金斯有一些最优秀的才能来思考世界秩序问题。我们正从校内和校外汇集人才,我认为世界上很少有其他大学能够做到这一点。”

  SAIS院长Eliot Cohen补充道:“作为Johns Hopkins SAIS的一部分,它架起了理论和实践的桥梁,并着眼于历史来阐明未来的问题。我们为基辛格中心独特的召集力感到自豪,更为自豪的是,它将为这一议题带来的清晰性。”

  COVID-19后的世界秩序论坛将于6月30日和7月1日举行,提前免费注册。

  政治+社会

  标记会议,冠状病毒,covid-19,基辛格全球事务中心

  附上原文,以供参考,拒绝转载,侵权必删:

  FOREVER ALTERED: TWO-DAY FORUM EXPLORES SHIFTING GEOPOLITICAL ORDER

  Kissinger Center for Global Affairs convenes experts to discuss what the world will look like in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

  Hub staff report / Published 20 hours agoThe COVID-19 pandemic has had an immediate and profound impact, taking nearly half a million lives to date and causing global economic devastation. But as former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger recently warned, "The coronavirus epidemic will forever alter the world order," wreaking not just immediate havoc but forever reshaping our lives and the structures of our institutions, cities, countries, and society.

  "Even as we at Johns Hopkins University are striving to meet the challenges and devastation of the virus in the immediate term, we are also considering the lasting impact of this extraordinary moment on the global landscape," says Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels, who will deliver introductory remarks Tuesday morning.

  To discuss, debate, and reimagine the future in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of prominent faculty members and researchers from across Johns Hopkins and beyond will convene on June 30 and July 1 for the virtual World Order After COVID-19 Forum. Hosted by the JHU SAIS Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, the event will engage world-renowned experts in public health, medicine, economics, international security, ethics, and governance to chart a path forward. See full conference agenda.

  These conversations will become the basis for COVID-19 and World Order: The Future of Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation, a collection of essays due out in fall 2020 from Johns Hopkins University Press.

  Former Google CEO and Chairman Eric Schmidt is set to deliver the forum's keynote address at 11 a.m. Tuesday on the power of technology to impact our lives and our world. Event co-organizers Francis J. Gavin, director of the Kissinger Center, and SAIS Professor Hal Brands cite Schmidt as one of the most thoughtful, insightful analysts examining the shifting role of technology.

  "He recognizes the incredible power of technology to impact lives," Gavin says. Consider its role in the current pandemic, allowing for the continuation of scientific research, collaboration, delivery of goods, and more in a way that would have been incomprehensible a decade ago. "Eric has a better understanding of those possibilities than anyone. He also has a better understanding of the potential challenges and dark sides of this new technology, in particular as we move to a world where artificial intelligence and automation and robotics provide great opportunities."

  Leading off day two of the event is a conversation with former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, who "has thought about the long-term economic consequences of this crisis more than anyone," Gavin says.

  "JOHNS HOPKINS HAS SOME OF THE BEST TALENT TO THINK ABOUT QUESTIONS OF WORLD ORDER. WE ARE PULLING TOGETHER TALENT FROM BOTH WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY THAT I THINK FEW OTHER UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD COULD."

  Francis J. Gavin

  Director of the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global AffairsThe economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic is compounded by underlying economic trends, including globalization and widening inequality, according to Gavin. "There are great dangers but also opportunities to rethink our economic policies—both to help us get out of this horrendous economic hold we've gotten in and also to think about economic reforms to deal with many of the underlying issues that have been with us for some time."

  The Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, founded in 2016, is the ideal host for a forum centered on the shifting geopolitical order, Gavin says.

  "Johns Hopkins has long been recognized as a world leader in epidemiology and global public health, and they've long been recognized as a world leader in biomedicine and medical therapies and technologies," he says. "What I think is less known—particularly with the creation of the Kissinger Center a few years ago—is that Johns Hopkins has some of the best talent to think about questions of world order. We are pulling together talent from both within and outside the university that I think few other universities in the world could."

  Adds SAIS Dean Eliot Cohen: "As part of Johns Hopkins SAIS, it bridges the worlds of theory and practice, and looks to history to illuminate the problems of the future. We are proud of the Kissinger Center's unique convening power, and prouder still of the clarity it will bring to this subject."

  The World Order After COVID-19 Forum will be held virtually on June 30 and July 1; register for free in advance.

  Posted in Politics+Society

  Tagged conferences, coronavirus, covid-19, kissinger center for global affairs

  Source of articles:https://hub.jhu.edu/

  Author:Hub staff

  以上就是新冠病毒后的世界形势分析了,也许新冠病毒疫情对世界来说都是一个巨大的伤害,但依照约翰霍普金斯大学专家的解析来看也许这也是个改变世界形势的好时机。


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