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Polarity and International System Consequences

@inproceedings{Tomja2014PolarityAI,
  title={Polarity and International System Consequences},
  author={Alida Tomja},
  year={2014}
}
The collapse of the Soviet Union has produced the biggest change in the balance of power since World War II, thus transforming the bipolar system of the Cold War into a unipolar international system dominated by American power. Restructuring the system of international relations, led many scholars to declare the creation of a new world order. Since 1989, one of their central concerns has been the analyzing of the system and how it would function in the absence of the old style bipolar balance… Expand

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