Middle East Eye (2 March 2022)
As China challenges the West with Eurasian integration, the biggest geopolitical change of this conflict is not Kyiv's alignment with its neighbours, but Berlin's
In the first two decades of the 21st century, nature and history have come back to haunt us.
Climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic have shown that unchecked globalisation and technological progress will not spare humanity from international conflict and threats. Endless wars in Western Asia and the return of competition between the US, China and Russia have challenged the West’s confidence in its ability to set the rules for the global order.
It has proved unable to build states in its own image. The fourth wave of the global industrial revolution will not be exclusively western-led, and democracy will not conform to a neoliberal model. The war in Ukraine is one of the latest manifestations of history coming back to bite us - and there are fears of more to come, particularly with regards to Taiwan
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