The end of the United States

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Nouriel Roubini and political scientist Ian Bremmer have described the 21st century world as fragmenting economically and politically, where the “old models of understanding global dynamics are struggling” to keep up with rapid changes.

In an article in Foreign Affairs magazine, they describe what they call a “G-Zero world,” where the United States no longer has the resources to continue as the primary provider of global public goods.

As a result, there is likely to be more conflict than cooperation between countries, creating a “zero sum game,” a “game in which my win is your loss.”

They explain their rationale: READ FULL ARTICLE

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