Globalization and finding a happy medium
We could have a better globalization, but the risk we face is that 'globalization shifts into an uglier form in which a combination of economic nationalism and geopolitical concerns result in a highly fragmented world where nobody is safer or better off economically.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on June 6. In a world of secular stagnation, governments will find themselves unable to deliver on promises of healthcare and pensions and workers will see a shrinkage in living standards, writes David Crane.
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade