Since the end of the Cold War, globalisation has taken root promising prosperity for all. But the price for creating a more integrated world economy and enhanced communication between populations of all nations has led to unrest amongst societies, division amongst nations and a breakdown of the traditional order.
The experts discuss:
Why has the reaction to a globalised world been so varied?
What are the prospects of a ‘hot war’ today? How have our perceptions of conflict and security changed?
Has technological advancement come at the cost of protecting and helping society?
How can we create a more stable world in the ‘age of unpeace’?