Sunday, July 22, 2018

Interlacing in International Relations at the Beginning of the 21st Century.

With the multiplication of actors, increasing interaction among them and changes in the international environment, interlacing and diversity have become typical characters in international relations. In the present world, the win-loose approach is outdated and gradually replaced by a win-win approach, the role of the United Nations has also changed. Nations are according the highest priority to their interests. Globalization presents all countries with opportunities and challenges. It has also moved world centre of development to the Pacific in the interests of ASEAN.

Even with all these changes, the US still maintains a dominant role as no countries are able to cause major break up in international relations. Non-state actors will come into play with  state actors in fighting terrorism, organized crimes etc. This would diversify modes of operations in international relations and make non-traditional issues more imperative in international relations. As this character is becoming more typical, international relations include both cooperation and struggle and therefore the idea of defining “friends and foes” is no longer appropriate. Interdependence and interlacing in international relations are advantages to be capitalized by countries, big or small. Despite all these, Vietnam should also join the game.  

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