Harvesting global insecurity
An emerging global phenomenon of dominant political leaders and the corrosion of systems of governance promises more of the international instability that closed 2018: the surprise U.S. withdrawal from Syria and Afghanistan, Russia and Iran's entrenchment in the Middle East, looming trade wars and erratic stock markets.
Four dynamics have changed in our global politics.
Carlos Pascual is Senior Vice President for Global Energy and International Affairs at IHS Markit.
Posted 15 January 2019
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