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Post-Cold War Global Order
World Order: The distribution of power between and amongst states and other key
actors giving rise to a relatively stable pattern of relationships and behaviours.

The most prominent feature of the Cold War period was bipolarity ­ that two major power
blocs confronted one another; a…

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1991 Gulf War showed that the international community should protect the
sovereign independence of all regimes, regardless of their complexion, and not give
priority to liberal-democratic states on the grounds that they are likely to be more
peaceful

However this did not last long and it is mostly seen as…

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