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Climate Change Will Destroy the Nation-State (But Supercharge Capitalism)

THE MOST IMPORTANT IMPLICATIONS of climate change are not just environmental. They are also—maybe just as significantly—political. “Climate Leviathan” is the name we give to what we think is the most likely global political trajectory in the face of the climate crisis. It is our answer to the question: As climate change becomes harder and harder to ignore for

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