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multipolar

[¦məl·tə′pō·lər]
(electromagnetism)
Having more than one pair of magnetic poles.
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However, taking into account this multipolar context can also help in the identification of opportunities.
To simplify, let's focus on the strong constraints of the multipolar world and the weak constraints of the unipolar world.
If there are twin "gigatrends" that supersede all else, they are China's trajectory and the multipolar world in which it is playing out.
The BRIC group of countries has gained importance in the context of the new multipolar configuration that has been shaping geopolitics in the early years of this century.
Having studied these factors, we believe that the world economy is on the verge of a transformative change--the transition to a multipolar world economic order.
The UK has become a multipolar country, with first ministers bargaining with Whitehall mandarins and seeking to out-flank Cabinet ministers.
The fast rise of emerging economies has driven a shift whereby the centers of economic growth are distributed across developed and developing economies - it's a truly multipolar world," said Justin Yifu Lin, the World Bank's chief economist and senior vice president for development economics.
The ideas, arguments, and factual notes are well placed within context of a global empire undergoing its transition from supremacy to a multipolar world.
This year's WEF meeting, themed "common rules for new reality", is expected to outline new models of interaction that can contribute to overcoming differences between the centers of the multipolar world, and provide a comprehensive growth of investments.
The rise of emerging countries has created a multipolar world, while the prolonged war against terrorism and the economic crisis have undermined American supremacy.
China seeks a multipolar world but a unipolar Asia.
There was no need for cooperation, integration, preparation, or even friendship among Bismarckian-era allies in a multipolar world.