At the Northern Pulse Growers Association’s annual conference, Cognitive Investments Director of Geopolitical Analysis Jacob Shapiro said wealth inequality is driving change globally. In recent decades, the U.S. dominated foreign policy, but a new international order is taking shape. “In a five-year time horizon, I think we’re in a true multipolar world where we can’t call the shots and there are a lot of different rivals out there from a geopolitical perspective. Every single one of those rivals is going to have a difficult next six-to-12 months.” Shapiro said the U.S. cannot afford to have amnesia and forget the multipolarity seen over the last three years.
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