Book notes: Global discord, by Paul Tucker

A curious mix of a book, which attempts to think through how democracies should deal with the rise of Communist China

Global Discord, by Paul Tucker
Princeton University Press

Paul Tucker, Global discord: values and power in a fractured world order, Princeton University Press, 2022, 552 pages

From his perch at Harvard University, after decades as a practical central banker culminating in a term as deputy governor of the Bank of England, Paul Tucker has now turned out a second hefty book.

His first, Unelected Power, published in 2018, focused on the question of when, and in what circumstances, power should be delegated by legislatures to independent national agencies

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