The coronavirus outbreak in China has left tens of millions of people without work. The government aims to revive the economy with stimulus measures.
Mistrust and rivalry have been simmering between the US and China for years. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, this has given way to open hostility. Could this lead to a new Cold War?
The first day of June has seen lockdown restrictions eased in a number of European countries. People from Athens to Amsterdam are flocking to museums and bars for the first time in months. Follow DW for the latest.
Toyko is bringing back some lockdown measures, urging people to stay home after a spike in cases. Elsewhere, former high-ranking politicians have called for a G20 summit to help poor countries. Follow DW for the latest.
The novel coronavirus is nature's way of telling us something, says environmental economist Pavan Sukhdev. He wants an economy not devoted to monetary wealth.
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