Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Year in Review 2009

The past two years have witnessed the worst economic crisis since the 1930’s. While the international conflicts of the Bush era continued to fester, the crisis also accentuated tectonic shifts of political and economic power from the developed West to the rising countries of Asia. In addition to reviewing the main events of 2009 and forecasting major economic and political developments for 2010, Project Syndicate’s special year-end supplement will canvas these seismic upheavals.

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