We must prepare for a more fractured world

John Mearsheimer  |  University of Chicago  |  23 February 2022

The past half-century brought about a world that’s globalised, centralised, and stratified. Now, it’s swinging the other way. As we shift to a bipolar or tripolar world, in which the US and China decouple more rapidly, and Europe lives somewhere in the middle, practitioners should seek to understand the implications for different asset classes, sectors and geographies.

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John Mearsheimer

John Mearsheimer, PhD, is the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor in the Political Science Department at the University...

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