This timely book informs us that the world has entered the re-globalization process. This process, which is known as the ‘new normal’ among the people, especially with what COVID-19 has brought, indicates a paradigm shift. Therefore, this book is an important attempt to discuss what humanity may face economically, socially, and politically in the future. The authors of the book both make due diligence and make inferences about the future of globalization. The authors of this book have pointed out three common themes of reglobalization. The first of these is the COVID-19 process, and what it has introduced. The second is the rising nationalist rhetoric, which means that, as the authors point out, the world oscillates between globalist expansion on the one hand and nationalist retrenchment, on the other. Finally, the book highlights China’s distinctive role in re-globalization.