The final system question Parts 1 and 2

a. but, barry eichengreen, berliner zeitung, big pharma, bill gates, capital, charles de gaulle, chief economist, chief information officer, china, chinese president xi jinping, christian felber, communist party, council on foreign relations, countries, credit suisse, daniele ganser, democracy, economic, economic policy, emmanuel todd, enrichment, federal reserve, financial times, first world war, foreign minister lavrov, friedrich engels, fundamental freedoms, general assembly, george soros, german bundestag, global south, global times, human rights, if china, jens berger, jurgen habermas, karl marx, karl popper, klaus schwab, look back, monetary system, munchner sicherheitskonferenz, munich security conference, national security advisor, new world order, new york, nicolas j., norbert haring, on u., pepe escobar, population, power, president luiz inacio lula, president vladimir putin, private property, question, ronald mc, russia, russian president putin, russian revolution, s. davies, s. supreme court justice, saudi arabia, sergei lavrov, shanghai cooperation organization, south africa, south china morning post, soviet union, stephen zarlenga, third world war, ukraine, ukraine conflict, united nations, united states, vladimir putin, wall street, wang yi, war, washington post, wef, western, wiener zeitung, world, world economic forum, world government