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  • A system controlling events in the world, especially a set of arrangements established internationally for preserving global political stability: the Commonwealth was the foundation of a new world order
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    • It is clear that there are now two superpowers - the new world order led by the US and the anti-war global movement.
    • This is why the constitution of the new world order is not being written at the United Nations.
    • It is the idea of responding to networked threats through a networked world order.

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