After decades of increasing globalisation in trade, capital and information flows, we are currently experiencing a shift due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia’s war in Ukraine and divisions over the conflict. Disrupted supply chains, US-China trade tensions and the gradual demise of the WTO have altered the geopolitical landscape. Where is globalisation heading? Are we seeing the beginning of a more multipolar world order? Where does the EU fit in this new scheme? This Forum, featuring contributions by the speakers at the 2022 joint Intereconomics/CEPS conference, examines geopolitics and geoeconomics in a changing global order.