This book provides the reader with a comprehensive study of the future perspectives of the international order after the collapse of the Evil Empire. The first part of the book reviews the likely evolution of the international system in the years to come, covering the global implications of the end of the East--West order (political, economic and strategic impact); the second part studies the specificities of the situation in Europe, the U.S.A., Asia, and the rest of the world, as well as the role of some international organizations. The book addresses the basic questions facing us since the collapse of the socialist system: What has been the impact of the collapse of the East--West order on the international system? How will various regions and actors be affected by these changes? How will they react to them? What will be the most important challenges and threats in the future international system, and how can we prepare for them? Gathered together in this volume are contributions from some of the most eminent experts from the academic community as well as from governmental and international organizations, making it a reference book for students of international affairs as well as policy-makers and corporate managers.Armand Clesse, Richard Newell Cooper, Yoshikazu Sakamoto ... to war with Ukraine or some combination of its neighbors or, short of this, if relations between Russia and key post-Soviet states ... This in turn involves at least three tasks: Strengthening the division of labor among institutions; repairing weaknesses in existinganbsp;...
|Title||:||The International Systems After the Collapse of the East-West Order|
|Author||:||Armand Clesse, Richard Newell Cooper, Yoshikazu Sakamoto|
|Publisher||:||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 1994|