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The shock diverges due to the difference in quarantine management and financial capacity, and the pace of recovery varies depending on the proportion of industries. “A fragmented future” depicts the possibility of deepening imbalances and polarization between sectors.
“Climate crisis” is a warning illustration that a 1.5-degree rise in the global average temperature will nearly double the frequency of heatwaves, making extreme climate crises and derived problems common.
Digitization shows the possibility of a future reorganization of the labour market, including replacing human decision-making. “Barriers to Digital Inclusion” is an illustration that polarization occurs based on higher digital capabilities and re-skill of existing capabilities, and communication decreases due to increased dependence on ai such as algorithms.
“The lost generation” depicts the situation in which the younger generation, who are experiencing a second global crisis after the financial crisis, is suffering from economic difficulties and psychological damage.
“Middle Power Morass” depicts the gradual withdrawal of multilateral policy lines based on common international norms, with the continuous weakening of inter-state ties in international systems. Intermediate forces depict the competition between countries to build a more stable and sustainable international society after the pandemic.
“Deterrent power” depicts a nation’s ability to defend itself against enemy unexpected attacks with relatively powerful weapons of mass destruction. The term deterrence implies the question of whether WMD is justified.
“Resource depletion” depicts the unsustainable levels of marginal consumption of natural resources that humans use to survive. Ultimately, the description of cause and effect is determined by the continued production and consumption of humans.