“I think in a world which is disintegrating and which is polarising, you need a clue, and you need a mechanism for interaction, you need a mechanism for dialogue,” he said.
“But a global cooperation which is based just on sharing interests will be very unstable because values remain the same, but interests move over time,” he said.
“We will be in a much more fragile world,” he said.
“But what I’m much more concerned with is the fact that countries become much more egotistical under the pressure of the national electorate,” he said.
An isolationist world would be one that is no longer “based on shared values, but a world which will be characterised by interests,” he warned, saying that if global cooperation happened at all it would be based on shared interest alone.
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