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The first meeting of the World Economic Forum in more than two years was markedly different from the numerous previous Davos conferences I have attended since 1995. It wasn’t just that the dazzling snow and clear skies of January were replaced by bare ski slopes. and a gloomy May drizzle. Rather, it was that a forum traditionally committed to defending globalization dealt primarily with the failures of globalization: broken supply chains, food and energy price inflation, and an intellectual property (IP) regime that it left billions of people without covid-19 vaccines simply for a few pharmaceutical companies to make billions of extra profits.

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