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"Change Is As Necessary As It Is Impossible": Deutsche Bank Explains Why The World Is At A Dead End

The following brief essay, from Deutsche Bank credit derivatives expert Aleksandar Kocic of all people, provides one of the best summaries why the current politics system is fracturing with every passing day. As Kocic puts it, the most likely origin of the anti-global sentiment expressed in the past year, in the UK with Brexit and in the US with Donald Trump, is the result of a "buildup of discontent due to failure to develop a convincing response to economic slowdown in the last years.
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