Globalization as we know it is in a deep crisis. Problems related to the way in which we move goods, capital, and people have become so severe that something fundamental has to change. The most visible expressions of this include the trade war, the collapse of the WTO, the financial crisis, the refugee crisis, and ‘Brexit’. Underpinning this is a broader crisis of international cooperation, ranging from security matters (i.e. NATO) to environmental issues (i.e. the Paris Agreement).