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Ian Bremmer: Russia's Tragic Brutality and the Humbling of the West
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January 27, 2023

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After two years, we returned to Davos, braving the Swiss mountain cold for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting.

The 2023 WEF is all about “polycrisis,” which in WEF-speak means many crises all at once, which compound each other, like tangled knots. But how do you untangle those knots?

That’s a question that the world’s business and political elite is struggling with at a time when the globalization they adore is being questioned by the developing world.

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