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wonderful liberal international order has been china. yes, that has been the principal winner. back in 1980 china accounted for perhaps 2% of the world economy, and the u.s. and canada together were about a quarter of the world economy. what are the percentages now? well, today china accounts for 18% of the world economy and the u.s. and canada together slightly less, 17%. and on present trends, that differential will grow by 2021. the imf says china will account for a fifth of the world economy. how can it be a liberal international order if the principal beneficiary is a one-party state run by a communist elite? and they're not the only beneficiaries. fareed, you wrote a terrific article once about illiberal democracies. well, the illiberal democracies, the ones with elections but no rule of law, also turn out to have done rather well from this system. i actually looked at some of the measures you used in that article. i wanted the see if the world had got anymore free since you wrote that article back in '97. it hasn't. the proportion of countries that count as free is about the
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Apr 28, 2017 11:36pm EDT
of this wonderful order has been china. yes, that has been the principal winner. back in 1980 china accounted for perhaps 2% of the world economy. the u.s. and canada together we are about one quarter of the world economy. what are the percentages now? today, china accounts for 18% of the world economy in the u.s. and canada together slightly less. 17%. our present trends that will grow by 2021 the imf says china will account for one fifth of the world economy. how can it be a liberal international order if the principal beneficiary is a 202 one-party state run by a communist elite? they're not the onlythey are beneficiaries. there is a terrific article about liberal democracies.racie. the ones with elections that have no rule of law also turn out to have done rather than the system i actually looked at some of the measures you used in that article and i wanted to see if the world got any more free since you wrote the article back in 1970. the proportion of countries that are free is about the same as it was in 1970 and some of thes world's countries are getting less free by the day
been china? yes, that has been the principal winner back in 1980. china accounted for perhaps 2% of the world economy, and the u.s. and canada together were about a quarter of the world economy and what are the percentages now. well, today china accounts for 18% of the world economy and the u.s. and canada together slightly less. 17% and on present trends that it would grow by 2021 and china will account for a fifth of the world economy. how can it be a liberal international order if the principal beneficiary is a one-party state run by a communist elite. and they're not the only beneficiaries. fareed wrote a terrific article about liberal democracies, the ones with elections, but no rule of law also turn out to have done rather well from the system. i actually looked at some of the measures you used in that article. i wanted to see if the world had gotten any more free since you wrote that article in 1997. it hasn't, the counties is about the same as it wases in 1997, and some of the world's countries are getting less free by the day. dramatic declines in freedom have happened in n
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)