BOOK REVIEW: Theory of Unipolar Politics


The dissolution of the Soviet Union not only ended the Cold War, which was a result of the power struggle between the USA and the USSR after World War II, but also led to comprehensive discussions in many fields of social sciences about the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of the new order to be established.


Cold War, power distribution, unipolar system, USA, USSR


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, Volume 13, Issue 51, 2016, p. 117-121


  • Furkan POLAT, Sakarya University, Middle East Institute
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