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The changing global order and its implications for the EU

@inproceedings{Creutz2019TheCG,
  title={The changing global order and its implications for the EU},
  author={K. Creutz and Tuomas Iso-Markku and K. Raik and T. Tiilikainen},
  year={2019}
}
The forms of global political transition contradict each other. The Western leadership of the world seems to be in decline, with the US political hegemony being challenged by the rise of China and other emerging powers, and with global power structures evolving towards multipolarity. At the same time, however, there are increasing signs of a diffusion of state power. It involves a growing group of non-state actors challenging state power in very different forms and different capacities. This… Expand

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