On Geopolitics

The Rise of a Not-So-New World Order

Nov 15, 2017 | 22:20 GMT
For decades the United States has sat atop a unipolar world, unrivaled in its influence over the rest of the globe.

On their face, any parallels between today and the Cold War of decades past seem overblown.

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Russia and China have built an informal alliance, giving way to a new era of bipolarity as the globe's only superpower turns inward and the nations caught in between choose to go it alone....

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