How geopolitics is disrupting global trade

Today’s geopolitical disruption can be described as a backlash against accelerating globalisation and new technologies that began with the Brexit vote in June 2016 and election that November of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Since then the backlash has gone global.

As developed and developing countries alike face a growing rebellion against the political, economic and diplomatic assumptions that have shaped the international order since the end of World War II.

In a series of articles, Russell Group explores what the effect of this geopolitical disruption will be on global trade:

Volume I: Sophisticated Financial Warfare 

Volume II: The return of tariffs

Volume III: Credit Risk Insurance Perspective

Volume IV: Brexit Rumbles On

Volume V: Quantifying Geopolitical Risk

Post Date: 19/07/2019

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