The US-China struggle for world leadership has intensified over the past twenty years. The economic engine of this struggle has been the globalisation of the world economy, which has created global value chains. The key question now is how the confrontation between the United States and China in the fight for the role of the hegemon of the world economy will affect the functioning of the world economy. The current one-hegemonic regime can be replaced by two or more hegemonic regimes. Estonia’s interests are affected by the position of the European Union in the further division of the world economy. How is the confrontation between the US and China developing?
Experts in their field share their ideas and thoughts about what the future economy in Estonia, in Europe and in the world could look like.Events