Tearing up the rule book: The end of the new world order?

Since the fall of communism, the dominant narrative around international politics and economics has been that of a stable order defined by liberal, free market values and agreements. But with the rise of China and resurgence of Russia, ripping up free trade and collective security arrangements, seems to be all the rage. Are we moving into a more protectionist world and what will the future look like? An impressive panel of speakers filmed at the Battle of Ideas share their thoughts.

The speakers are: Cameron Abadi, Remi Adekoya, Professor Bill Durodie, Dr. Tara Mccormack. The chair is Jacob Reynolds.