The World Economic Forum convening this week in Davos, Switzerland, is organized around the theme of “Shared Norms for the New Reality.” As in past years, the conference will feature plenty of debate about how to solve global challenges in a multipolar, interdependent world. This “new reality,” however, is getting a little old.
Politicians, commentators and pundits have long opined – in Davos and elsewhere – about the arrival of emerging markets and the shift of economic power away from the West. Indeed, this theme is arguably the leading narrative in geopolitics and economics. The rise of the developing world quite rightly shapes our understanding of investment opportunities, the balance of military power, global governance and more.… Seguir leyendo »