International economic cooperation in the post-Trump-post-Brexit-era
A hundred years ago, the first great era of globalisation collapsed into World War I. This was soon followed by the Great Depression and World War II. But at the end of that global crisis an enlightened generation of policymakers in the US and Britain led the world in creating an open international order. A remarkable period of economic growth then ensued, lasting for sixty years. That second era of global prosperity ended with the global financial crisis of 2008. The initial response by...[Show more]
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