Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism. Ian Bremmer
ISBN: 9780525533184 | 208 pages | 6 Mb
Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism Ian Bremmer
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Tion of the French people against globalization. In order to compete,American TV part makers started shutting down their facilities in the US and moving them abroad, setting off a decades-long period of steady job losses. From political upheaval in Europe and the United States to an explosion of anger in the developing world, social and political turmoil has dominated recent headlines. THE FAILURE OF GLOBALISM, IAN BREMMER, Q.180. Today, Fidesz can be considered a national conservative populist party, favoring interventionist economic policies. Right-wing populism adds a second antagonism of »us versus them.« Based on a . But the US president-elect is wrong when he casts the sector's demise as afailure of globalization. Bremmer argues that the globalists have failed to respond to the real concerns of their critics and that there is no chance for a do-over; Public demand for political transformation is inevitable. From bestselling author and TIME Magazine columnist Ian Bremmer, a definitive guide to understanding the global wave of populist nationalism. Them: The Failure of Globalism by Ian Bremmer at Barnes & Noble. Citizens, the state, and the private sector in some parts of the world will invent and adapt.
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