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Ian Bremmer, Rachel Botsman and Azeem Azhar: 3 experts on the state of the world in 2024

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What's in store for 2024?

Ian Bremmer's political risk consultancy predicts an 'annus horribilis' but Exponential View's Azeem Azhar says we are in an 'incredible decade'.

So is the state of the world 'glass half empty, or half full'?

And in an uncertain world, Oxford University's Rachel Botsman, tells why trust is so vital, and how it can be re-built, or rather, re-earned.

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Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

Strategic
Intelligence

Geopolitics

Geopolitics now weighs more heavily on us than at any time since the end of the Cold War. While the Russian invasion of Ukraine has revived trans-Atlantic cooperation and raised the spectre of new competition between rival poles, the economic growth of countries in the Global South - and of China in particular - continues to challenge the dominance of the West. In an increasingly multipolar and multi-conceptual world, singular ideas about how best to look after global affairs have been replaced by a diffusion of power and political values. This calls into question alliances and multilateral institutions that have been cornerstones of the global order since World War II, and risk...

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