Has Globalization Passed Its Peak?

Authors: Rawi Abdelal, and Adam Segal, Maurice R. Greenberg Senior Fellow for China Studies
January/February 2007
Foreign Affairs

Not long ago, the expansion of free trade worldwide seemed inevitable. Over the last few years, however, economic barriers have started to rise once more. The forecast for the future looks mixed: some integration will probably continue even as a new economic nationalism takes hold. Managing this new, muddled world will take deft handling, in Washington, Brussels, and Beijing.

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