Factors of Conflict Proneness of the New World Order

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O. Troitskaya, Institute of Socio-Political Research, Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPI RAN), 6/1, Fotievoi Str., Moscow, 119333, Russian Federation (olgatroitskaya1@gmail.com

Abstract. Review of the book: Fenenko A.V. Contemporary History of International Relations 1991–2015: Handbook, Moscow, Aspekt Press, 2015. 384 p. (In Russ.) 

Keywords: international relations, world order, security, conflict 

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For citation:
Troitskaya O. Factors of Conflict Proneness of the New World Order . World Eonomy and International Relations, 2016, vol. 60, No 3, pp. 115-119

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