The Age of Geopolitics
BSSB.BE Concordia 05.04.2018
Germany USA World Ex-USSR
*Four geopolitical crises—active and looming—will have global economic impact on a scale unseen since the end of the Cold War.
The events in Ukraine and Iraq/Syria today, and the longer term risks of a rising China and a fraying Trans-Atlantic alliance, are by no means discrete: they all contribute to and are exacerbated by a broader danger.
We now live in a world where no single power or alliance of powers is willing and able to provide global leadership. Call it geopolitical creative destruction: the old model is breaking down, but the only thing yet emerging in its place is more geopolitical crises, burning hotter, for longer, more often. Join Ian Bremmer as he discusses the underlying drivers of all the geopolitical chaos in the headlines today—and discuss what could come next.
- The publication is not an editorial. It reflects solely the point of view and argumentation of the author. The publication is presented in the presentation. Start in the previous issue. The original is available at: Concordia