One of the key findings of this year’s Global Risks Report is that inequality and polarization are now ranked in the top three as underlying drivers of global risks.

In any circumstances, that would represent a stark assessment of the social, economic and political challenges that the world faces. In the wake of a particularly charged year for global politics in 2016, however, the stakes are especially high. Elections are being won and lost on the basis of rising frustration with and declining trust in politicians and political institutions. The risk is growing that public disaffection with the political process will impair decision-making at the national level around the world and hamper collaboration at the global level.


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