The Global Crises and the Failure of the West
When we look at what is happening in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Ukraine, Syria, Turkey, North Korea, we seem to live in a new world of disorder.
Carlo Masala asks how things got to this point and searches for answers to these global crises. In the West, chaos is usually blamed on the actions of more or less evil opponents, be it ISIS, Russia or China. When, in fact, the West carries a hefty amount of responsibility for putting the world out of joint—and not just since Donald Trump took office. Carlo Masala analyzes the current situation and pleads for a realistic view of foreign policy, one that looks beyond good and evil.
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