Are the golden days of globalisation over, or has it just had a correction?
Today it feels like the former.
Many would now argue that globalisation has had its three score years and 10 since the end of the Second World War. The end of that cataclysmic global event saw nation states give up the nationalism that had caused the conflict and instead cede a measure of sovereignty to regional and global institutions. Free trade and rising prosperity were the...
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