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Has the West lost it? : a provocation / Kishore Mahbubani.

By: Mahbubani, Kishore.
Publisher: [London] : Allen Lane, 2018Description: 105 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780241312865.Subject(s): World politics -- 21st century | Civilization, WesternDDC classification: 327.1 Summary: The West's two-century epoch as global powerhouse is at an end. A new world order, with China and India as the strongest economies, dawns. How will superpower in decline? In Kishore Mahbubani's timely polemic, he argues passionately that the Weat can no longer presume to impose its ideology on the world and, crucially, that it must stop seeking to intervene, politically and militarily, in the affairs of other nations. ... In this thought provoking an doriginal intervention, drawing on his own experience in international affairs, Mahbubani examines Western hubris with an outsider's critical eye, and offers a new vision of our future world.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 92-100) and index.

The West's two-century epoch as global powerhouse is at an end. A new world order, with China and India as the strongest economies, dawns. How will superpower in decline? In Kishore Mahbubani's timely polemic, he argues passionately that the Weat can no longer presume to impose its ideology on the world and, crucially, that it must stop seeking to intervene, politically and militarily, in the affairs of other nations. ... In this thought provoking an doriginal intervention, drawing on his own experience in international affairs, Mahbubani examines Western hubris with an outsider's critical eye, and offers a new vision of our future world.

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