World Order Essays
3 samples in this category
There has ever been changes in the world order in the sense that either a country whose economic, social and political spheres are much more advanced that they have a lot more say in the global environment than other less advanced countries. Or it could be that after winning in the battle field the winners come together and work on how the new world order should be shaped (usually done through international organizations like the United Nations or formally known...
The influence of non-state actors on global politics is growing, especially in the era of globalization. Throughout the history of international relations, terrorism has not posed a significant threat to states. Before the end of the Cold War, the main threat for the state was caused by the same actors, states. The major achievement of the Westphalian international order was the state, as a main player in the system, based on the principles of sovereignty, equality and non-interference in internal...
This essay sets out to determine that the rise in populism is the most troubling ongoing challenge to the current world order. This essay will endeavor to place elitism as instrumental in fueling this rise in populism, by first clarifying how the prevalence of elitism in world politics has exacerbated inequality in recent years, then explaining how inequality is the root cause of the rise in populism. For clarity’s sake, the essay will focus mostly on the UK. In 1939,...