Towards an Integral Analysis of World Views in the Oligarchy. Part 1. ( Left and Right , Rich and Poor )

The Inglehart–Welzel cultural map of the world (as seen here, as at 2020) is a scatter plot depicting societies on closely linked cultural values, grouped by worldviews, based on the World Values Survey.

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Instead of the G-20- or G-7, Ian Bremmer of Eurasia Group talks of “G-Zero” — everyone on his own in a new era not of globalization but of global competition.

For the business and political leaders who are making their way here in limos, helicopters, trains and specially provided buses, the “new realities” are everywhere: the digital economy (and its Wikileaks and Stuxnet virus), global financial instability and imbalances, and the breath-taking rise of new competitors among state capitalist societies. We at the Atlantic Council contributed to the National Intelligence Council’s impressive, quadrennial swipe at sorting out the future for a newly elected President Obama. Entitled, Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World, it provided the script for an “Age of Uncertainty.”

The reason so many of my ilk will traipse through the snow of this Alpine village is we’re trying to come to terms with the historic inflection point we face. At such times, it’s a luxury to exchange views with so many of the world’s top minds. It’s also sobering that even the most gifted of them are coming here as much to learn as to talk. Everyone’s hoping to unravel the mystery of what sort of world will emerge from this combustible stew.

Fred Kempe is president and CEO of the Atlantic Council.

US President Donald J. Trump to bring America First worldview to forum that espouses globalization
On January 26, US President Donald J. Trump is expected to address the World Economic Forum in Davos—a summit that espouses globalization and multilateralism, practices that are diametrically opposed to the president’s America First worldview.

Trump will be the first US president to attend the event since Bill Clinton did so in 2000.

That’s raising eyebrows because… Trump’s foreign policy decisions throughout his first year in office have been driven by a pragmatic, protectionist agenda. He has withdrawn the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a multilateral trade agreement that would have allowed the United States, not China, to set the rules of global trade—and the Paris Climate Agreement, which seeks to address the challenge of global warming; he has threatened to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); he has railed against the trade deficit with China; and he has been scathing in his criticism of the United Nations and NATO.

Yet the past week’s news captured some of the difficulties Western leaders face in shaping that future. The parliamentary defeat of Theresa May‘s Brexit plan and President Donald Trump‘s continued U.S. government shutdown have underscored the political ferment that will infect Western democracies for years to come. Both leaders cancelled their participation at Davos to deal with their immediate concerns at home.

What world leaders coming to Davos know is that history’s course is up for grabs again. Major power competition is heating up, inflamed by a systemic contest between democratic and state capitalism. The world is awash with uncertainty about how new technologies and rising environmental threats could remake our world. The international order of rules and institutions that the U.S. and its partners constructed after World War II is faltering and ill-equipped to navigate these challenges.

In the World Economic Forum’s program notes, it writes: “There are 193 sovereign nations, a proliferation of regional centers of power, and one increasingly obvious fact of life – we’re all in this together… We need to move from geopolitics and international competition to a default of consummate global collaboration. Nations are going to have to change.”

But what if, far more likely, they don’t?

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” wrote the philosopher George Santayana in 1905. The silver lining of World War II’s devastation was that chastened American and European leaders, having witnessed the mistakes of Versailles, did a far better job than their predecessors in shaping the future. For example, Wilson’s young assistant secretary of the Navy, Franklin Roosevelt, had become President, and isolationist arguments drowned at Pearl Harbor.


“Looking beyond Brexit: opportunities for the United Kingdom and the transatlantic relationship”

Sir Mark currently serves as Cabinet Secretary, Head of the Civil Service, and National Security Adviser of the United Kingdom.

The event will be held at the Atlantic Council (1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20005).

We hope you are able to join us for this important and timely conversation.

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