What will the geopolitical lessons of COVID-19 be?
The global disruption of coronavirus has challenged all sorts of assumptions about the way the world works including the complex global supply chains that left rich western countries scrambling for seemingly basic things like protective equipment for doctors and nurses.
Has it also upended our relationship with China, a question perhaps sharper for West Australians whose incomes rely on our trading relationship.
Barrister, former naval officer and writer Gray Connolly joined Gareth Parker to pick through the geopolitical implications of COVID-19.
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