The United States abdicated the global system of repair opportunity


In the 1920s and the 1930s, the famous economic historian Charles Kindleberger in the twentieth century plunged the global economy into a depression, which in turn led to the historical experience of World War and developed the famous theory of hegemony and stability.

To put it simply, Kinderberg believes that at the time due to the lack of a hegemonist or leader in the world as a stabilizing force, it led to the global political and economic disorder that eventually led to the war.

This theory was later given birth to the "Marshall Plan" of the U.S. government helping European economies to rebuild. The United Nations system, the military alliance between the United States and Eurasia and the U.S. dollar system of the "Bretton Woods," and finally the WTO WTO).

In the past seventy years, these U.S.-created international systems have created the longest period of peace and economic prosperity in human history. However, in the most recent year, after seeing Trump in power, the United States seems to be moving in the direction of more unilateralism and isolationism and is ready to relinquish the responsibility it assumed in the past for international leadership.

 


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