In 2016, the established world order has been turned on its head. Two events in particular – the UK's vote to leave the European Union and the election of Donald Trump as US president – confounded political commentators and financial markets; triggering fears of a new era of protectionism.
The collapse of the Soviet Union signaled the end of the Cold War and supposedly, “the end of history”. In our cover story, Aviva Investors looks at whether national self-interest in the US, China and Russia will lead to the emergence of new spheres of influence, and the potential economic and market ramifications.
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