Orders and borders: Unipolarity and the issue of homeland security

  title={Orders and borders: Unipolarity and the issue of homeland security},
  author={David G. Haglund},
  journal={Canadian Foreign Policy Journal},
  pages={25 - 9}
  • D. Haglund
  • Published 1 March 2012
  • Political Science
  • Canadian Foreign Policy Journal
Much has been written about the ordering principle known as “unipolarity” in international politics. Ever since the prospect of “systemic change” first began to be glimpsed in the immediate aftermath of the Cold War's ending, controversy has swirled about whether the international system, once so easily styled as a “bipolar” order, had now become by default a unipolar one, and if it had, many turned to wondering what its implications must be. This article argues that unipolarity, while on the… 
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