About the Episode
Globalization promised us collaboration, peace, and prosperity. But did the connectivity that linked our world together increase conflict and drive our geopolitical priorities farther apart? The European Council on Foreign Relation’s Mark Leonard joins Deep Dish to discuss his new book The Age of Unpeace and his proposal for policymakers navigating our connected future.
- How connectivity drives conflict - 1:42
- Defining “unpeace” - 6:36
- The weaponization of connectivity - 9:46
- New topography of power - 15:05
- China’s strategy - 19:26
- Three big blocs? - 25:26
- Geopolitical therapy - 28:44
- What’s next? - 34:30
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