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Globalisation has proved resilient to multiple serious threats. What keeps it afloat?
A step-change in global economic governance is needed to mitigate risks and combat our authoritarian adversaries
China presents a threat to the liberal global order but the bigger danger lies in the discrediting of democracy
The senior economic adviser to Joe Biden discusses how the system needs fundamental reform to work for the middle class
Shortages of semiconductors and other materials hold back key driver of economic recovery
The agreement reached by 130 countries has left fertile ground for new and clever techniques to circumvent the rules
If it does return, it will be more attractive than ever
Foreign exchange reserves offer only a partial defence against the effects of policy in the rich world
FT's James Kynge and Martin Sandbu discuss the prospect of a split in the world economy along regional lines
The former PM’s call for international co-operation is laudable but overlooks nations’ scope for acting more decisively alone
G7 leaders should fulfil their promise to create a collective framework for doing so
America’s economy suffers from inequality and poor labour performance but this is not due to global trade
Leaders gathering at the G7 now accept that globalisation creates vulnerabilities as well as efficiencies
As tensions between rival countries rise, borderless business becomes more difficult
There is too much pessimism about a system that proved mostly ingenious over the past year
A conversation with Adam Posen on globalisation wrongly being blamed for west’s economic ills
US proposal to break deadlock should be embraced by Europe
From wasabi to matcha flavours, Gillian Tett on what the British snack’s reinvention in Japan tells us about cultural identities
The search for national ‘resilience’ can too easily tip into protectionism
The Harvard economist warns that looming disruptions from technology could overshadow those of globalisation and further strengthen far-right politics
Liberalisation on trade deals is not as politically toxic as leaders fear
Neoliberalism has brought with it huge amounts of wealth creation, but also unprecedented wealth inequality
The task is to support adjustment and strengthen multilateralism
This thoughtful and profound defence of liberal internationalism looks at the political philosophy as a guide to future actions
Covid-19 has changed rather than ended cross-border flows