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As 2019 draws to a close, it is unclear whether we have reached “peak disruption,” or whether a further unraveling of political systems, economic models, and international arrangements is in the offing. Between the poles of populist/authoritarian “destruction” and liberal/reformist reconstruction, what specific forces are most likely to define the next year – and the next decade?Login to Look Inside Subscribe to View
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- Can the World Order Catch Up with The World?
- Demagogic Stress and Constitutional Growth
- Protecting Competition in a Digital World
- An Agenda for Decent Jobs in Africa
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