DEBATE IN THE U.S. ON A WORLD ORDER IN THE 21ST CENTURY
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DEBATE IN THE U.S. ON A WORLD ORDER IN THE 21ST CENTURY
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S268667300000619-0-1
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92-103
Abstract
Two trends of discussion about the future world order are currently the most obvious in the USA: the collapse of American dominance or U.S. leadership renewal. The article reviews the most clearly expressed position of political scientists regarding the U.S. place and role in the emerging international system
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"NONPOLARITY", U.S. POWER, LEADERSHIP, MONOCENTRISM, WORLD ORDER
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01.08.2011
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