Can Western Governments Learn from the New Asian Values?

Edelman |

Trust in government is fraying in the U.S., U.K. and other advanced economies, battered by decades of rising inequality, declining state capacity and partisan politics. Many developing nations are themselves wobbling or outright failing under the pressure of volatile markets, technological change and generational demands for change. In sharp contrast, much of Asia is bucking this downward slide.

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