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Global challenges and the emerging world order

Author: Giulio Sapelli
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2015.
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This book offers a fascinating overview of the challenges posed by the world{u2019}s new geostrategic order and likely future directions. It opens with an unconventional view of the Arab Spring, identifying its origins in the relative US withdrawal from the Middle East caused by both the need for military disengagement for economic reasons and the discovery of shale gas and tight oil in the heart of the North  Read more...
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Sapelli, Giulio.
Global challenges and the emerging world order.
New York, New York : Springer, [2015]
(DLC)18495879
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Giulio Sapelli
ISBN: 9783319156248 3319156241 3319156233 9783319156231
OCLC Number: 907929496
Language Note: Translated from the Italian language edition.
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 79 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements --
The terrible August 2013 --
The start of the Mediterranean crisis --
The world{u2019}s economic crisis --
The chickens have come home to roost --
The old and new convergence --
Responding to strategic divergence --
Fossil hydrocarbons and the fragmentation of growth --
The future will be African --
Emerging from the crisis in Europe: changing Europe.
Other Titles: Dove va il mondo?.
Responsibility: Giulio Sapelli.
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This book offers a fascinating overview of the challenges posed by the world{u2019}s new geostrategic order and likely future directions. It opens with an unconventional view of the Arab Spring, identifying its origins in the relative US withdrawal from the Middle East caused by both the need for military disengagement for economic reasons and the discovery of shale gas and tight oil in the heart of the North American continent. The rise in the geostrategic importance of Putin{u2019}s Russia is explored in this context. The implications of the worldwide economic crisis are analyzed in depth: the author{u2019}s interpretation is that the world is entering a phase of unstable growth generated by hyperfinancialization and deflation. Against this background, the book explores the US attempt to trigger growth through the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (based on the US-Australia military alliance) in restraining China{u2019}s advance, and the potential for Africa to become the driver of the world{u2019}s economic future if it can resist Chinese penetration and continue the nation-building process.

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