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Interdependence in the Twenty-First Century

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has made clear that interdependence cannot prevent war. But we also know that rejecting interdependence – and thus renouncing the multilateralism the world needs to address shared problems – cannot guarantee peace.

MADRID – Of all the lessons that can be drawn from the year that has passed since Russia invaded Ukraine, one stands out: global interdependence does not guarantee peace, and must be adapted to the realities exposed by recent events.