July 29, 2017

Prospects for the Rules-Based Global Order

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Jun 2017

What might the future hold for the ‘rules-based global order’? The three essays in this volume address this question by looking at 1) what the end of US predominance, the rise of China and a resurgent Russia may mean for the future of the rules-based global order; 2) how differing national perspectives, the South China Sea disputes and China’s growing influence could affect the prospects for a regional system based on the ‘rule of law’ in Asia-Pacific; and 3) what Russia’s annexation of Crimea reveals about Moscow’s view of the international rules-based order.

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Author Greg Raymond, Hitoshi Nasu, See Seng Tan, Rob McLaughlin

Series SDSC Centre of Gravity
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Issue34

Publisher Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC

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