The idealism-based global governance that originally arose from the ashes of the Second World War is now threatened by the growing and percolating discontent of working class populations calling for a more equitable distribution of wealth and a more “homogenous” form of cultural identity from a more distant past. The actions taken today by world leaders will have direct consequences on shaping the post-New World Order for the many decades to come.
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