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The End of the Liberal Order? Niall Ferguson

The End of the Liberal Order? By Niall Ferguson

The End of the Liberal Order? by Niall Ferguson


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The End of the Liberal Order? Summary

The End of the Liberal Order? by Niall Ferguson

Is it time to reaffirm our liberal values? Or are we seeing the birth-pangs of a new era? Two great thinkers debate the question burning behind headlines across the world.

'No civilization, no matter how mighty it may appear to itself, is indestructible.'
-Niall Ferguson

'We do not need to invent the world anew. The international order established by the United States after World War II is in need of expansion and repair, but not reconception.'
-Fareed Zakaria

Fears of a globalized world are rampant. Across the West, borders are being reasserted and old alliances tested to their limits. Could this be the end of the liberal order or will the major crises of the twenty-first century strengthen our resolve?

About Niall Ferguson

NIALL FERGUSON is the bestselling author of fourteen history books, including Empire: How Britain Made in the Modern World. He is a senior fellow of the Hoover Institution, Stanford, and the Center for European Studies, Harvard.

FAREED ZAKARIA hosts CNN's flagship foreign affairs show. He is a Washington Post columnist, a contributing editor for The Atlantic and a New York Times-bestselling author.

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GOR009189791
9781786073105
1786073102
The End of the Liberal Order? by Niall Ferguson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oneworld Publications
2017-11-02
96
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