“We live in a mimetic world. A century ago, those great world expositions in Paris or London anticipated globalization by envisioning a world in which everyone was the friend of everyone else. Today, we are more realistic. We are aware that globalization doesn’t mean global friendship, but global competition and, therefore, conflict. That doesn’t mean we will all destroy each other, but it is no happy global village either.”



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