Lazy Nationalist Populism: Globalisation and Inequality on the Transatlantic Axis | DQ-en

Policy-makers in the advanced nations need to speak truth to their populations. Can America accept that it will need to share world leadership, that it might “no longer be the only military political economic superpower in the world” (as Bill Clinton said at Yale in 2003, reported in Kishore Mahbubani’s The Great Convergence)? Or will the promise to make America great again prove overly appealing at the same time that it will be revealed to be hollow?

Source: Lazy Nationalist Populism: Globalisation and Inequality on the Transatlantic Axis | DQ-en