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Fredrik Erixon talks to Dalibor Rohac, a Research Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. During the discussion they try to answer why are we experiencing a reverse in economic globalization and international cooperation, and what are ideas that have fuelled the backlash. Dalibor also shares his expectations for the future political developments in Europe and potential political and ideological fallouts from Brexit, as well as reveal the conclusion of his upcoming book In Defence of Globalism.