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THE WORLD ORDER: QUO VADIS? by Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı

OPINION   THE WORLD ORDER: QUO VADIS?[1]   Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı, 15 May 2021 President of the Foreign Policy Institute, Ankara   Almost all International Relations (IR) scholars agree that the current liberal international order is changing and gradually evolving into a new order. Yet no one is sure about the final shape, structure,

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How Hegemony Ends

Multiple signs point to a crisis in global order. The uncoordinated international response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic downturns, the resurgence of nationalist politics, and the hardening of state borders all seem to herald the emergence of a less cooperative and more fragile international system. According to many observers, these developments underscore the


The Next Liberal Order

The Age of Contagion Demands More Internationalism, Not Less Source: By G. John Ikenberry When future historians think of the moment that marked the end of the liberal world order, they may point to the spring of 2020—the moment when the United States and its allies, facing the gravest public health threat and economic catastrophe


After the Liberal International Order

If Joe Biden defeats Donald Trump in November, the question he will face is not whether to restore the liberal international order. It is whether the US can work with an inner core of allies to promote democracy and human rights while cooperating with a broader set of states to manage the rules-based international institutions