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Re-setting World Order: World Politics in Transition
Polar distribution is an important category for the study of international politics. Every polar distribution creates the ‘order’ for a certain period in human history. This way, studying the ‘order’ of a certain era is essential for not only understanding the dynamics of politics; but also for making some accurate predictions about them. This is a ‘theoretical and conceptual’ research article aims analyze the post-Cold War period in international relations, with a significance to contribute in academia and policy making. The central argument concludes that the unipolar moment of the U.S is increasingly being challenged by a rising China, with a possibility of either ending in a bi-polar or multi-polar world order
Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Karakoram International University, Gilgit, Pakistan
Associate Director, Institutional Research, Virginia Military Institute, Virginia, USA
Khurshid Ali Singay
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Karakoram International University, Gilgit, Pakistan