The World’s Economies Confront a New World Order

From a New York Times analysis by Roger Cohen headlined “Davos Confronts a New World Order”:

The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, finds itself navigating troubled waters. Long the affluent symbol of a globalizing world where the assumption was that more trade would bring more freedom, it now confronts international fracture, ascendant nationalism and growing protectionism under the shadow of war in Europe and sharp tensions between the United States and China.