The global order that prevailed since the end of the Second World War has hit its limits. The result: a G-Zero world characterized by a growing vacuum in global governance. In this background paper, produced for the International Monetary Fund, Ian Bremmer predicts a new world order that will succeed our G-Zero reality.
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