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Globalisation was once seen, at least among the Western establishment, as a universal good: the ‘rising tide that would lift all boats’.
Lately though, from the rise of Donald Trump to the challenges of Covid, that establishment view has come under increasing challenge from the very political powers that once supported it.
In their recent book, Six Faces of Globalization, RegNet’s Anthea Roberts and co-author Nicolas Lamp of Queen’s University have identified six different narratives that have emerged about globalisation—each with its own perspective on the winners, the losers, and the eventual answers.
Listen to the Anthea’s conversation with host Andy Park on ABC RN - The Drawing Room.