Pyeongtaek, South Korea – A little over two years ago, COVID-19 became a textbook case of a strategic shock, or a black swan event — an unexpected occurrence that disrupts existing trends and makes significant changes to the trajectory of world affairs.
Now, much of the world is facing yet another strategic shock. This time, it comes in the form of an act of aggression with global implications.
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