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Over the past decade, a mix of global shocks and more subtle, creeping trends has exposed the fragility of twenty-first century progress. It remains to be seen whether we are witnessing a new Great Game, a Cold War 2.0, or merely a continuation of past trends. But it is already clear that the international community will need to set some new ground rules, lest it cease being a community at all.Login to Look Inside Subscribe to View
- Rethinking Maximalist Macro Policy
- From “Never Again” to Never Happened
- Africa’s Reform Moment
- A New Cold War Order?
- Pandemic Unpreparedness
- The New Geopolitics
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- After the Nation-State
- The Age of Informational Statecraft
- A World of Food Insecurity
- Germany's Russian Energy Shock
- The New Energy Risk
- The New-Style Energy Crisis