(CNN)You can not turn off technological revolutions. Nor will there be a quick fix from going to other nations to prevent company. Tariffs on China will only imply that creation can come from another country that is developing.
The most effective strategy to the world we’re living in isn’t authorization although refusal. States should acknowledge that the technological revolution as well as the international market need substantial, sustained national attempts to equip workers with all infrastructure, capital and the skills they must be successful. An open world should be embraced by states, however just so long as they can be properly equipped to compete inside. And that needs bright, powerful — and quite pricey — national policies, not some grand reversal of globalization.
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