Fragility in the World 2023
Highlights of the 2023 Index
In 2022, the aftermath of COVID-19 and the war in Europe brought the highest rates of global inflation since the 1990s, widespread fuel protests, and food insecurity across the developing world.Nate Haken, Vice President of Research and Innovation
Even as the "Great Powers" are moving into a time of increased competition, the FSI presents a warning that we must not forget to look at the world through the lens of fragility, both in international affairs and at home. Fragility matters, including elements of fragility within the Great Powers themselves.Nate Haken, Vice President of Research and Innovation
Fragile States Index 2022 Launch
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