A Future Shape for International Relations

O'Brien, Terence
May 2009
Future Times;2009, Vol. 2, p7
The article discusses how international relations between nations affect the global financial and economic crisis. Some of the issues affecting international relations are enumerated, including degradation of the global environment, influences of militarism, and assertive spread of secular and religious values. It states that the response of the U.S. to the emerging transformation of international order also influence international relations.


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