299 Today's Global Conflicts


Maria Puerta, James Ranney, Doug Saunders, and Robert Schaeffer discuss the conflicts in Latin America, with China, and whether arbitration can work.






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Robert Schaeffer thinks that globalization is over because both the left and the right have been challenging it. Should we blame it on Bernie Sanders? No, there are two kinds of anti-globalization, including a right-wing one that Trump led. Maybe we can blame Trump and Bernie together. Imagine that! Let’s hope the leftish kind wins out over the protectionist type! Interesting argument.

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