It was the moment the world saw that the world was in crisis, but not because of a sudden increase in global warming.
It was because it was the beginning of a new global economic and political era, and the beginning is still being felt.
A new wave of global turmoil, one that began in the U.S. after the election of President Donald Trump, is now sweeping the world, with the most important events of the week coming as a result of the new economic order that’s now taking shape.
But in order to understand how it all happened, you have to go back to the beginning.
In January 2018, the world experienced the start of the Great Recession.
We are now in a new era, one in which the global economy is in a state of transition, with new trade barriers and the global financial system in chaos.
And yet, what began as a financial crisis has been a global financial crisis, and yet the crisis has had a profound impact on many aspects of American life.
One of the most powerful lessons of the global economic crisis was that it is not just the financial sector that is in trouble.
It is also the entire global system, from the banks to the media to the schools, and from all of us to the governments.
The global economy, we are told, is in great shape.
So how did this new economic system come into being?
It is a complex story, but it is certainly the story of a global economic system that is being re-organized around the needs of the wealthy and powerful, and it is a story that is not going to be solved in the near future.
What we know for sure is that the current global economic order was built on a global political order, which has been very successful in maintaining its power over the world.
And now that the financial system is in disarray, the political order is crumbling, and those who control the global system are being forced to react to a new, more fundamental crisis.
The economic order is being built on the principle of “fair trade,” or the principle that goods and services should be priced at a level that allows them to compete against each other in the marketplace.
The system is based on international trade, with countries paying the price for what they produce and what they sell to others.
This system is built on one thing: that the U