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Sala StampaReordering the Global Order: A World of “Nodes and...

Reordering the Global Order: A World of “Nodes and Acquends”


Roughly three generations after World War II, an interregnum has arrived again between the existing paradigm and the one that’s yet to fully take shape. While the global order has never been static, a profound shift that was marked by gradualism has now been turbocharged by two superpowers rapidly redefining the nature of their relationship and their orbit of influence.


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