Why Global Order Needs Disorder

@article{Tierney2021WhyGO,
  title={Why Global Order Needs Disorder},
  author={Dominic Tierney},
  journal={Survival},
  year={2021},
  volume={63},
  pages={115 - 138}
}
Hegemonic-stability theorists see a single uncontested state as the key for global order, but it is precisely contestation that impels a powerful actor to build and sustain the liberal order. 
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