The International System in the Twenty-First Century
A speculative analysis of disturbing trends evident now, which will require attention from decision-makers in twenty-five years time, identifies a number of problems with structural implications. Assets for broaching these problems are analyzed leading to an assessment of the requirements for global leadership. A comparison between the situation in 2010 and 2035 demonstrates the necessity for and likelihood of change. Options range from global suicide to a consortium of rising and declining great powers. The outcome will need to reflect forces rising bottomâ€“up in global society. Examples of the strengths and weaknesses of Indiaâ€™s contribution are given.
Volume (Year): 47 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2-4 (April)
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