Is globalism dead?
A signal failure of globally minded policymakers has been to make an intellectually honest case for globalization
Whether you love Donald Trump or you hate him, you cannot deny that he has a knack for capturing the zeitgeist. At his acceptance speech at the recently concluded Republican National Convention in Cleveland, the newly anointed presidential candidate declared in no uncertain terms: “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo." Trump, presumably, was speaking not only for himself and his campaign, but presumptively for the American populace, whom he hopes to lead into a brave new world come January 2017.