The European Perspective on Global Order Crisis

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Abstract

Today, the debate on world order is intense. As is always the case in times of transition, the global restructuring of international affairs is generating a deep reflection on how the world is, and how it should be reorganized. After the long frozen period of the cold war and the subsequent years marked by US unipolarism, the world has begun the new millennium with profound shifts. The relative decline of the USA, the crisis in the European Union, the consolidation of the BRIC emerging economies, and the diffusion of the power to non-state actors all constitute significant elements that demand a new conceptualization of the rules of the global game. In this pluralist and changing context, a number of different narratives are presented by the key actors in the international system. This chapter analyses the European narratives in comparative terms by putting them in the wider framework of the transformation in global governance
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStill a Western World? Continuity and Change in Global Order
EditorsRaffaele Marchetti Sergio Fabbrini
Pages84-99
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Europe
  • Western World

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