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The Shape of Things to Come

Hot Markets to Watch

Authors: Gideon Rose, and Jonathan Tepperman
January/February 2014
Foreign Affairs

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The idea that we live in an increasingly interconnected and turbulent world is something of a cliché -- yet true and important nevertheless. Decisions made by the U.S. Federal Reserve affect the purchasing power of villagers in southern Thailand; consumer demand in Europe and North America affects the output of factory workers in eastern China, which affects the jobs of oil workers in Brazil, Russia, and elsewhere.

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