The Concept of Security in the New World Order

The Concept of Security in the New World Order

  • 23 April 2000

Developments after the Cold War led to a security dynamic characterized by a global imbalance, multi dimensional differences on all strategic, economic, political and ideological levels, and ensuing catastrophes. Global management is a difficult task, clouded by priority differences over crises between the US and nuclear and demographic powers. The speaker focused on bipolarity, and concepts of security, the post-Cold War era, the right to intervene on humanitarian grounds to achieve political and military goals, religion and the media. A search for an emerging power balance may lead to bi-, multi-, or unipolar leadership.

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Sunday 23 April 2000

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Sunday 23 April 2000

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