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Thursday 28th June - Geopolitical landscape: what is the future of international relations?

Thursday 28th June - Future of growth in a multipolar versus a global world

Geopolitical landscape: what is the future of international relations?

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Politics and geopolitics have become effective risk factors in portfolio management.

The rise of populism, the effective concretisation of a durably multipolar world, protectionist temptations, the Brexit, the relative self-centrism of the United States, and some difficulty for Europe to find its place on some major international issues are all factors that disturb the geopolitical landscape.

What does the future hold: a stronger cooperation between countries, the amplification of divergences, or the creation of islands of stability and zones of tension? How will the United States exercise its leadership? Demographic and migratory flows, terrorist acts, cyber-attacks, nuclear threats, identity crises, inequalities and populisms: all these issues will have to be taken seriously.

 

Sir Simon Fraser, Former Permanent Secretary at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Enrico Letta, Former Prime Minister, Italy

Kishore Mahbubani, Former Diplomat, Singaporean Academic

Amundi Research & Investment Insights Unit
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