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It’s easy to forget, in the immediate trauma of events such as COVID-19, that history has a way of sneaking up on us. Major changes rarely come with warnings, much less the assurance that the world as we know it will go on. But go on it does, even if it’s in ways that are unimaginable beforehand.

Prior to 9/11, for instance, the thought of removing your shoes to get through airport security or of limiting the amount of liquids you can bring aboard an airplane would have seemed ludicrous to most travellers — until, of course, it didn’t. Implemented almost overnight, such previously inconceivable protocols are now a commonplace part of air travel. One of the main differences between our current situation and the aftermath of a...

From the Editor: The Promise of Uncertainty

In this midst of a pandemic, Azure editor Danny Sinopoli introduces the September 2020 issue.

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