The Levelling: An economist’s prescient warning of the growing debt crisis
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Globalisation was always about much more than increased trade. Its origins lie in the liberalisation of finance and the weakening of nation states. Photograph: Wiktor Szymanowicz/Barcroft Media via Getty
Is the era of globalisation coming to an end? Are we moving to an increasingly multipolar world? Will existing global institutions be replaced by new regional networks? Will lower growth rates and rising debt lead to another recession in 2020? And if so, what is the most appropriate political response to these mounting challenges?