The world order established after WWII is under attack and looks unlikely to survive intact, experts tell Axios.
Yes, but: The new conditions could have positive aspects. Here are thoughts about the new century from experts we spoke with.
Adam Posen, president, Peterson Institute for International Economics:
Karen Harris, managing director, Bain Macro Trends Group
William Burns, president, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Roberto Stefan Foa, professor, University of Melbourne