The United States and the New World Order, Tarık Oğuzlu
The dynamics of global politics have been changing profoundly since the demise of the Cold War. This process has gained a further momentum in recent years as the discussions on the weight of the United States in world politics have intensified. With the rise of emerging powers and the resurgence of Russia and China, many pundits claimed that we have already entered into a multi-polar system in which the U.S. could only act as the first among equals. The U.S. has increasingly found itself at disputes with other global actors, most recently with Russia over the Ukrainian crisis and with China over the territorial conflicts in East Asia. The
U.S. is not also in full cooperation with its European allies, as the transatlantic allies quarrel among each other concerning the future of NATO and the approach to be adopted against the rising challenges in the wider Middle Eastern region. This brief will try to examine the main tenets of the United States’ approach to the new world order, for it is the U.S. that played the key role in the creation of the postwar era world order and it is the U.S. that has the most significant tangible and intangible capabilities to help shape the new one.
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