While United States President Donald Trump’s threats of border taxes, immigration curbs and America First policies are seen as a roll-back of globalisation, the digital revolution is redefining and reinvigorating globalisation in several ways.
Having grown in scope, scale and quality over the past five years, this year’s Asia Public Policy Forum (APPF) of the Ash Centre on Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University was held in Malaysia for the first time in collaboration with the Jeffrey Cheah Institute on Southeast Asia at Sunway University.
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Last year, a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman called Thank You For
Being Late examines how much the world has been transformed since the dawn of the new millennium but also reassures that it is possible for everyone to catch up in this “age of accelerations”.