Will there be an end to globalization?
Our interconnected world is in disarray. Amid food scarcity, infectious diseases and inflation, social unrest is flaring up. Political systems, called into question, are crumbling and collapsing. Geopolitical thinking is back in fashion, the US dollar’s importance as a global currency is eroding, and the stature of international institutions is in decline.
Professor Harold James (Princeton University) asks whether we currently find ourselves in a phase of deglobalization and what this means for us.
Introduction: Professor Kiran Klaus Patel, LMU
The MUNICH HISTORY LECTURE series is organized in cooperation with the interdisciplinary research group (KFG) "Universalism and Particularism in European Contemporary History".
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