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multipolar

[¦məl·tə′pō·lər]
(electromagnetism)
Having more than one pair of magnetic poles.
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The premier stated the world is standing at a crossroads and the 'advent of a multipolar global order' is being witnessed.
In this context, the trade and economic realities in the present multipolar and divided world require not only a clearer definition of our own national interests and development priorities but also the formulation and implementation of strategic measures needed to secure these interests and priorities.
In recent years, many global affairs professionals have assumed that the world is shifting toward a multipolar period, characterized by multiple global and regional powers, significant roles played by non-state actors, and a diffusion of economic, military, diplomatic and cultural power to a broader number of countries around the world.
But, it is more acceptable and logical to believe that nuclear weapons are the source of insecurity in especially the multipolar system, where more than one state possesses such lethal weapons.
The company's closest peers on the Indonesian National rating scale are retailer PT Multipolar Tbk (B-/BB+(idn)/Negative) and struggling telecoms operator PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk (CCC(idn)).
Summary: New Delhi [India], Oct 1 (ANI): United Nations Chief Antonia Guterres on Monday said that it is impossible to build a multipolar world without a relevant contribution from India.
A more multipolar world is testing trade multilateralism and the global trading architecture.
refusal to accept and even integrate itself to a multipolar world does indeed risk sparking World War 3 where the primary actors would likely be Russia and China allied with its allies against the U.S.
Prof Amin's suspicion of America was often expressed in his love for multipolar power base of the future, in which other countries would gang up against the US.Like Prof Ali Mazrui, he was a convinced adherent of multipolarity.
It is often said that the unipolar world order, dominated by the United States, that emerged at the end of the Cold War has lately shifted to a "multipolar" arrangement, owing to the growing geopolitical "weight" of countries such as China, as well as many emerging economies.
brDifferent actors share power in a multipolar world.
In the new multipolar world-in-the-making, Washington is no longer seen to be a beacon of stability, Dr.

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