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This collection of essays documents and investigates the conflicts in Europe, Russia and China that sparked populist revolts against the established globalist order in the European Union. It shows that the populist surge was not an anomaly. It was a reflection of the internal contradictions of globalism that sparked nationalist resentment inside the EU, and backlashes against Western "soft power" aspirations in Russia and China. The idealist rhetoric of the globalist dream was persuasive. It lulled many into believing that the movement should not, and could not be stopped until the 2008 global financial crisis started the dream to unwind. The essays in this volume show that globalism is not dead, but will have to reinvent itself to revive.
Number of Pages: 374
Genre: Business + Money Management, Political Science
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Author: Masaaki Kuboniwa & Satoshi Mizobata & Kumiko Haba
Street Date: November 14, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-59-1836