The post-World War II order is under heavy pressure. As priorities and values shift, and powerful new players have emerged, doubts have spread – about the democratic institutions and capitalist systems that undergirded postwar growth and human rights. Yet even amid deep uncertainty, individuals and groups in countries around the globe are stepping up to shape their future and chart a path toward progress.
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