The Great US-Chinese Bifurcation Part 2: Economic Disentanglement

The End of Globalisation As We Knew It Before World War 1 broke out in 1914, the world had reached a new peak in global trading and economic integration. At this time many liberals wrongly believed economic interdependence would inhibit war breaking out. Sadly, this was not the case. Germany was a relatively  small  component of the global economy and was still a continental power. In comparison, Britain was a global power that gathered its resources via the world’s oceans. Resultantly, unless Germany swiftly grabbed victory it was always doomed to lose a long attritional strugg...

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