We weren’t ready for a world without walls
Why three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall we’re no closer to an international community. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 launched hopes of a freer and more liberal world. But has the haste to tear down walls yielded a global system in which bad actors are no longer held accountable? Writing in Foreign Policy, Michael Hirsh explains why our globalized world more often seems like an anti-community.
From Foreign Policy