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How the two big ideas of the post-Cold War era failed
Two major prophecies about international order emerged as the Cold War ended. One was Francis Fukuyama’s “end of history” thesis, first outlined in an article in the National Interest in 1989 then elaborated in a book published in 1992.
No need to fear the AIIB
Rather than ushering in a Chinese Asian fiefdom, the new investment bank puts China under intense pressure to deliver. And success requires abandoning its territorial claims.