Is the World Really Turning Away from the United States?

Last year, the buzzword of the geopolitical memeplex was “polycrisis,” a term that seemed to capture the pervasive vibe of cascading global turmoil: pandemic, war, climate change, the energy crunch, deglobalization, inflation and global debt.

This year, the equivalent term might be “multipolarity,” a squishy and somewhat shape-shifting word for a squishy and shape-shifting global situation: the way that an intensifying rivalry between the United States and China appears to be opening up diplomatic and economic opportunities for entrepreneurial actors across the world stage, in a historical echo of the nonalignment movement of the first Cold War a half-century ago.

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