Volume 2, Issue 4, December 2018, Page: 83-96
Seven Balls Can’t Fall: The World Order Reconstruction Under the Geopolitics’ Perspective
Hongwei Li, Department of Politics, Shanghai Party Institute of CPC, Shanghai, China
Received: Oct. 24, 2018;       Accepted: Dec. 7, 2018;       Published: Jan. 25, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.ipa.20180204.13      View  30      Downloads  11
Abstract
The change of international political situation caused by the geopolitical conflict has been an important factor that influencing the division of the world order. This paper analyzes the main trends of the world order reconstruction in recent years under the perspective of geopolitics. In the process of reviewing the geographical issues of major powers and hotspots , the research found that the world order is taking Eurasia as the core geographically, and based on the Seven Powers that has a world influence have inside, outside balances and interdependence of the global power system. there were many geopolitical crisis pushed it, including the Diaoyu islands conflict, “China’s rapid rise”, the Brexit, the Ukraine crisis, the U.S. return to the “America first”, the sino-indian border conflict and a series of important geopolitical events seems inevitable. Now, this new global powor system is pushing the world order to the new normal of “seven balls can’t fall”. and China will rise in peace and play a key role in reconstruction of the world order, which must be fully utilized and harnessed to the new trend. Actively cope with any challenges and problem that emerge in the process of the world order reconstruction. Maintaining this balance as the core of world order, In turn, the structure of the global politics into the overall stability of the track. on specific policies, China should pay more attention to bilateral diplomacy at the same time to triangular the combination of multilateral cross diplomatic as supplements to split the country, so as to make the future China in any set of geopolitical relations have become key or core leading power.
Keywords
Geopolitics, Seven Ball Can’t Fall, World Order, Cooperative Balance of Power
To cite this article
Hongwei Li, Seven Balls Can’t Fall: The World Order Reconstruction Under the Geopolitics’ Perspective, International and Public Affairs. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2018, pp. 83-96. doi: 10.11648/j.ipa.20180204.13
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