The End of the World Is Just the Beginning
Mapping the Collapse of Globalization
Leading geostrategist Peter Zeihan provides a riveting and somber prognosis for the world’s economy.
For those wondering about the planet’s future – and who isn’t, these days – geostrategist Peter Zeihan provides a detailed but somber prognosis for the global economy. The abundance of global trade since World War II is about to give way to a poorer, “deglobalized” world, Zeihan believes. His analysis, written in a clear, conversational style, relies on insightful, data-driven research that draws a relationship between geography and political power, and that explains why demography is cultural destiny. Students of political economy will find this a thought-provoking text.
About the Author
Peter Zeihan is a geopolitical strategist and consultant whose clients include corporations, trade associations, universities and the US military.
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