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Why the World is Not Becoming Multipolar

... inequality of states does not necessarily mean that they should also have different basic rights. There is the principle of all citizens being equal before the law regardless of the differences in social status, property, education, and talents. Old Bipolarity Billed as New Multipolarity Andrey Kortunov: Indo-Pacific or Community of Common Destiny? The differences in the current situation compared to that of the early 19 th century are too obvious to attempt to restore the “classical” multipolarity....


Avoiding a New Bipolarity — What Can We Learn From the Recent Past?

... Cold War. Needless to say, the United States and China appear to be the centers of gravity for this new polarization of global politics. One might ask the question: is there anything fundamentally wrong about a bipolar world? Was it not the Soviet-US bipolarity that served as the foundation of global peace and stability for some forty years after the Second World War? Isn’t it fair to say that a bipolar world – with all its imperfections and limitations notwithstanding – is still ...


On multipolarity, unipolarity, whateverpolarity

... your commentary Dear friend, Thank you again for your vast commentary. Although I can’t understand all your enmity towards political science, I appreciate your opinion. However I have some questions. Your commentary was mostly against bipolarity, and maybe, to some extent, I may agree that it is not that all-embracing. But should I then try to focus on multipolarity, or unipolarity? I’m not sure that I will change my paper right now (my advisor was quite all right with it),...


On Bipolarity

Dear Reader! I have no intention to disappoint you or annoy you in case you were honestly looking for something about bipolarity in international relations, so this post will be dedicated, in some measure, to the well-known concept of ‘bipolarity’- and problems that lie beneath. Here you will find a blog post (within a blog post), written by Fox (not a ...


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