It’s a tribal world we live in

WITH the advancement of science and technology, our world should be more connected. Globalisation was the dominant trend for the past many decades, especially the post-Cold War era.

Multilateralism and cooperation between nations was flourishing for a long time. With developed countries and developing economies working together, humanity’s future looked optimistic.

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