In recent years, the impact of globalization has become a central concern for policy-makers, business executives and civil society, not only in the U.S. but around the world. The challenges confronting political leaders today demand new approaches to global governance that are more inclusive, more representative and more effective.
How great power competition has changed
May 4, 2015, Shivshankar Menon
Power is now more evenly distributed in the international system. As a result, there is rising geopolitical competition among great powers. Shivshankar Menon lays out the several consequences of this increased competition.
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