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Instead of Uniting the World, Globalization Has Set Nation against Nation

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06/14/2022Paul Tolmachev
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

The Davos crowd sold globalization as a way to bring nations together. Unfortunately, by insisting on political conformity, the globalists have set the world on fire.

Original Article: "Instead of Uniting the World, Globalization Has Set Nation against Nation"

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Author:

Paul Tolmachev

The Russian-born Tolmachev is portfolio manager at BlackRock (London, UK) with $500 million in personally managed assets. He also is a visiting scholar at the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research, where he researches institutional and political economy.

Original Article: 
Instead of Uniting the World, Globalization Has Set Nation against Nation