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WELCOME TO FOREIGN POLICY’S 10TH ANNUAL SPECIAL EDITION OF GLOBAL THINKERS. A decade ago, in launching the series, FP’s then-editors wrote: “In a year of worldwide economic crisis and dangerous wars, of radical innovation and newfound realpolitik, street revolution and blunt rhetoric, we could think of no better way to make sense of it than through the big ideas of those who shape our understanding of the world.”

That insight works just as well now as it did 10 years ago.

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