Strategies and International Geopolitical, Geoeconomic, and Geocultural Regimes of the United States in Global and Regional Ordering

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The existing international order is primarily the result of the three fundamental changes of the international system in the 20th century. World War I reduced Europe's share of the global power. World War II led to a paradigm shift in international system, which had been monopolized by traditional European powers for centuries. As a result of this war, Europe's role was reduced to the status of semi-peripheral powers for the US and Soviet superpowers. The collapse of the Soviet Union was the third development that established the United States as a superpower at the end of the twentieth century. In the past two decades, there have been signs of the emergence of new global powers and a shift in US' superior position that have prompted a backlash. In this context, the fundamental question is what is the US strategy to deal with the process of global transition of power in the global order? In response to this question,the hypothesis has been put forward that the United States has adopted three sectoral strategies,including neoisolationism, selective engagement,and collective security aiming to delay the power transition process; Also, the establishment and consolidation of international regimes in three areas of geopolitics, geoeconomics and geoculture.
A Quarterly Journal World Politics, Volume:10 Issue: 2, 2021
31 to 60  
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