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With the Falling of the Dusk
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Title:
With the Falling of the Dusk
Written by:
Stan Grant 
Read by:
Stan Grant 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours  
Published:
March 29 2021 
Available Date:
March 29 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781460787403 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Politics & Current Affairs 
Publisher:
Bolinda/HarperCollins audio 
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Bestselling author
Award winning author
Australian author

A deeply powerful, poetic and compelling audiobook on the challenges facing our world, from one of Australia's most experienced journalists and international commentators, Stan Grant.

History is turning. In only a few short decades, we have come a long way from Francis Fukuyama's declaration of the 'end of history' and the triumph of liberal democracy in 1989. Now, with the inexorable rise and rise of China, the ascendancy of authoritarianism and the retreat of democracy, the world stands at a moment of crisis. This is a time of momentous upheaval and enormous geopolitical shifts, compounded by global pandemics, looming world depression, Islamist and far right terror and a resurgent white supremacy. The world is in lockdown and the showdown with China is accelerated – and while the West has been at the forefront of history for 200 years, it must now adapt to a world it no longer dominates. At this moment, we stand on a precipice – what will become of us? Stan Grant is one of our foremost observers and chroniclers of the world in crisis. Weaving his personal experiences of reporting from the front lines of the world's flashpoints, together with his deep understanding of politics, history and philosophy, he explores what is driving the world to crisis and how it might be averted. is bitterness, anger and history here, but there is also the capacity for negotiation, forgiveness and hope.