The cost of global integration

How the breakdown in traditional global order is leading to rising antagonism and prospect of war.

Members event, Panel
14 December 2021 — 5:00PM TO 6:00PM

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’?

Become an individual member

Individual membership provides you with the complete Chatham House experience, connecting you with a unique global policy community.

A member takes the opportunity to ask the panel a question at our event on the digital revolution.
Find out more Auto insert on member events