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Instability, inflation and the 'polycrisis' - the Global Risks Report half a year on

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Global Risks

Last year’s Global Risks Report published by the World Economic Forum warned that a divergent economic recovery from COVID-19 could deepen divisions - even as collaboration was urgently required. Yet, despite hard-learned lessons on the interdependence of global risks, few anticipated the extent of instability that would subsequently unfold, this time driven by a new war in Europe. The 2023 edition of the report considers related geopolitical tensions and the confluence of socioeconomic risks, and identifies the most severe perceived risks over the next two years. This Transformation Map is intended to add context to the report, by connecting it to relevant topics and providing ...

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