Even as a few governments want to restart 'Doha', including the US administration, it is now clear even to business journals like the FT, WSJ, AF, etc, that the failure of Doha is the official beginning of the end of the current era of globalization that began after World War II.
In Europe anti-globalization forces have taken deep roots in the last 10 years. In North America, there is far less appetite for free-trade, a huge turnabout considering 10 years ago the US scolded nations that were against free-trade as 'proteccionist and backwards'. Well, I guess they now like that label...
And the most important near-developed nations and the large emerging markets, no longer see in North America, Europe and Japan prosperous consumers to target, but declining economies with increasingly more irrelevance to them as more of their own populations become consumerist themselves.
In short, free-trade is dead at least for the next 10 years.
Good news, it had gotten way to warped.