June 2, 2014

The Great Global Backlash Has Arrived

Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

In the 1930’s, the failure to prevent the Great Depression empowered authoritarian regimes in Europe and Asia, eventually leading to World War II. This time, the damage caused by the Great Recession is subjecting most advanced economies to secular stagnation and creating major structural growth challenges for emerging markets.

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TAGGED: Arab Spring, Nationalism, Middle East, Japan, China, Trade, European Union, Europe, Globalization, Global Economy

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