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Deglobalization For Dummies

The Biggest Loser Could Be China

The effects of Deglobalization will hit China the hardest

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Russia’s groundless war against Ukraine has accelerated the division of the world into two blocs: democracies and autocracies. This, in turn, has highlighted the dangers of economic interdependence between countries with opposing ideologies…




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Veronika Kaufmann

Veronika Kaufmann

History and Lit student, Vienna University. Writer. The Mummy is my favorite movie and everybody should speak at least three languages.

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