Is Asia prepared for de-globalisation?

Despite talk of de-dollarisation and de-globalisation, the shift out of dollars and global trade is more sticky than thought earlier. — Reuters

IN 2021, the US Director of National Intelligence Report 2040 saw five future scenarios by 2040: shared global challenges, fragmentation, disequilibrium, contestation and adaptation.

These five possible outcomes from different structural forces and emerging dynamics comprise:

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