A World in DisarrayA World in Disarray
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A World in Disarray

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Richard Haass

After World War Two, a fundamental shift in the world order called the Cold War era started. Due to a number of reasons, this time period was generally tranquil, but things are changing once more on the world stage. The West must adjust as new strategies are needed to sustain peace in this unstable environment.

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A World in Disarray provides an analysis of the significant shifts in global politics following World War Two. The book outlines the transition from a non-interventionist system of nation-states to one characterized by globalization and increased international engagement.

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After World War Two, a fundamental shift in the world order called the Cold War era started. Due to a number of reasons, this time period was generally tranquil, but things are changing once more on the world stage. The West must adjust as new strategies are needed to sustain peace in this unstable environment.

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The fear of nuclear conflict and the equilibrium of power contributed to a relatively stable post-war global environment.

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The United States has kept its relationship with China stable by refraining from interfering in its internal affairs.

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Atrocities committed in Rwanda led to regulations permitting international intervention, but they've been challenging to implement.

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Threats must be followed by action, and military operations should never be stopped abruptly.

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The new world order requires collaboration among the three main nations.

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