The geopolitical risks during falling international trade. @ScottWHarold @GordonGChang

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Photo: HMS Lion was the flagship of Rear Admiral David Beatty during the Battle of Dogger Bank on 24 January 1915. image: The British battlecruiser HMS Lion in action at sea, with large splashes in the water off her starboard side as a result of enemy fire. Another warship is visible in the background to the left.
Burgess, Arthur J W - http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib//140/media-140294/large.jpg This is photograph Art.IWM ART 5205 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums.

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The geopolitical risks during falling international trade. @ScottWHarold @GordonGChang

Scott Harold, senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation.