The natural order of things?

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There's a lot going on at the moment. Too much, if we're honest. G7 leaders gathering in Germany this week would be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed as they discuss how to respond to war in Europe,

soaring energy costs, worsening food insecurity, runaway inflation, the lingering effects of the covid pandemic, and Russia and China's charm offensive towards the 'Global South'. Every challenge is interlocked...

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