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The Economist September 11th - 17th 2021
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The Economist this week : Highlights from the latest issue

“This week we have two covers. In the United States and Europe we look at the bitter legacy of September 11th 2001. Twenty years ago America set out to reshape the global order after the attacks on the twin towers. Today it is all too easy to conclude that its foreign policy has been abandoned on a runway in Kabul airport. Yet talk of American decline and isolationism is too pessimistic. The fall of Saigon did not lead to the West losing the cold war and America’s interests are more global than during its isolationist phase in the 1930s, with 39m jobs supported by trade and $33trn of foreign assets. President Joe Biden wants to rebuild American leadership. The danger is that his reductionist insistence that foreign policy serves America’s middle class leads to mistakes, protectionism and a China policy that looks remarkably like Donald Trump’s.”

Edited By Zanny Minton Beddoes

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245 a : Title 
The Economist September 11th - 17th 2021 
100 a : Author 
300 a : Total pages 
650 a : Subject 
050 a : Classification No. 
050 b : Publish Year 
260 b : Name of publisher 
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