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Author Emmott, Bill.

Title 20:21 vision : twentieth-century lessons for the twenty-first century / Bill Emmott
Edition First American edition
Published New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003

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Description viii, 326 pages ; 24 cm
Contents 1. 20:21 Vision -- Pt. 1. Peace Challenged -- 2. American Leadership -- 3. Chinese Ambition -- 4. Japanese Vulnerability -- 5. European Envy -- 6. Turbulence and Terror -- Pt. 2. Capitalism Questioned -- 7. Unpopular -- 8. Unstable -- 9. Unequal (I) -- 10. Unequal (II) -- 11. Unclean -- Epilogue and Prologue -- 12. Paranoid Optimism
Summary "The attacks on September 11, 2001, shook the rich West out of its complacency: suddenly, peace seemed to be in peril. Already it had become clear that prosperity was endangered. Campaigns were being mounted against the purported evils of capitalist globalization - inequality, pollution, and financial instability - and America's high-tech stock market boom had turned rapidly to bust. How had it all happened? During the decade following the end of the cold war, prospects had looked so rosy: peace prevailed among the world's great powers, billions of people were joining the world market economy, and great waves of technological change were driving economies forward."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 298-309) and index
Subject Capitalism -- Social aspects.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
International relations -- Forecasting.
Twentieth century.
Twenty-first century -- Forecasts.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 21st century -- Forecasting.
LC no. 2002032543
ISBN 0374279659 alkaline paper
Other Titles 20:21 vision : 20th century lessons for the 21st first century
Twenty twenty-one vision