Geopolitics: Global economic leadership - a shift from the West?
While the global financial crisis causes havoc in the world economy, the role of global leader has gradually, but quite definitely, slipped from the grasp of Western Europe and North America. But which country has the strength and credibility to take up the mantle – and what profound changes are likely to follow? asks GIS expert Professor Stefan Hedlund in this special report.
THE global financial crisis has cast serious doubt over which countries have sufficient strength and credibility to assume much-needed global economic leadership.
For decades it has been generally accepted that this role belonged to Western Europe and North America. Today, that ...
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