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multipolar

[¦məl·tə′pō·lər]
(electromagnetism)
Having more than one pair of magnetic poles.
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While it is difficult to predict the precise nature of international relations in the future, the multilateral system will likely contain multiple, overlapping rule-bound orders, as indeed it always has; and multipolarity will be more complex than a potential US-China divide.
"Its [the world's] transformation toward multipolarity is obvious.
New Delhi [India], Jan 9 ( ANI ): Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said that no European nation is "capable" of responding to the rise of multipolarity and a new world order with the emergence of "economic giants" like India, China, and Brazil.
His topics include the shift toward multipolarity: multipolarity and the Non-Aligned Movement, China and its neighbors: lessons for Africa, Asian regional institutions and implications for Africa, a closer look at Sino-African trade, gaps and opportunities in Sino-African cooperation, and harmonizing legal and administrative infrastructure in Africa.
Maybe under conditions of, say, multipolarity, civil-military relations is just really challenging because any policy will be seen as lacking specificity or too challenging to execute or enforce.
This is exactly where multipolarity comes into play as well.
Ahmed Ijaz Malik, stressed that the nature of post-Cold War multipolarity demands that the United States should reassess its interests and engage with the other greater powers and regional states, especially towards conflict resolution and promotion of regional trade.
Ahmed Ijaz Malik, Assistant Professor, School of Politics and International Relations, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan stressed that the nature of post-Cold War multipolarity demands that the United States should reassess its interests and engage with the other greater powers and regional states, especially towards conflict resolution and promotion of regional trade.
The Russian concept, which implies multipolarity, is harmonious enough for the Caucasus."
The third section examines how the concept of ASEAN neutrality has evolved since the advent of multipolarity in Asia in the early twenty-first century.
We are living with various intertwined trends of global multipolarity, economic globalization, information technology applications and cultural diversity, while people around the world are increasingly [becoming] interconnected and interdependent.'
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.