Em seu novo livro, James Macdonald chega audaciosamente perto de mostrar que a globalização, um sistema de interdependência entre os grandes países, é um sistema inerentemente instável, que gera insegurança entre as grandes potências. A interdependência alimenta a insegurança.
Scott Malcomson is a political-risk and communications consultant and visiting media fellow at the Carnegie Corporation's international peace and security program. He has been a senior advisor at the US. State Department and the United Nations, director of communications at International Crisis Group and the Berggruen Institute, and foreign editor of the New York Times Magazine (2004-2011). He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and PEN, and has lectured widely in Europe, China and the United States. Malcomson is author of the forthcoming (Feb 2016) "Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce Are Fragmenting the World Wide Web" and four other books: "Tuturani: A Political Journey in the Pacific Islands," "Empire's Edge: Travels in Southeastern Europe, Turkey and Central Asia," "One Drop of Blood: The American Misadventure of Race," and "Generation's End: A Personal Memoir of American Power after 9/11." Malcomson has contributed to, apart from the Times, The New Yorker, the Village Voice, the London Review of Books, Transition, and many other publications.
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