Special Moroccans wearing face masks walk along a street in the capital Rabat, after the authorities eased lockdown measures in some cities, that had been put in place in order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, on June 25, 2020. (AFP/File Photo) photos

How the coronavirus crisis disrupted the global urban order

  • In order to emerge more resilient from the pandemic, Middle East city leaders must reimagine what comes next
  • For East Asian cities, long-term investment is starting to pay off as they close the gap with their Western peers
By Rebecca Anne Proctor ·