About The Episode
Globalization is said to have fused our economies, societies, and cultures—but what if our world is not as globalized as we think? On Deep Dish, Shannon O’Neil, author of “The Globalization Myth,” argues that, in fact, regionalization has played a more key role in global economic competition, discussing the implications for the United States and the future of the world’s economy.
Steve Erlanger, Kim Ghattas, and James Harding join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
With President Biden's latest escalation of the China-US trade war, the world is now a far cry from the "golden age" of globalized trade, Paul Poast argues.
While our world is more connected than ever, it's also more competitive and prone to conflict. Guest Mark Leonard explains why stronger links launched the "age of unpeace."
Elizabeth Shackelford explains how we can better prepare our people and economy for disruptions.