Nothing signifies the threat to globalisation better than the UN’s recent disclosure that it may not be able to pay staff salaries in November if member states don’t pay what they owe.

The prime delinquent is the US, which owes $674m towards the UN’s 2019 regular budget. But the backlash against globalisation is not confined to the US under President Donald Trump...

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