Ordo Pluriversalis: new book of Leonid Savin
In Ordo Pluriversalis, Leonid Savin, provides some possible Non-Western alternatives in international relationships brought about by the rise of China as a superpower, and a new world order where US hegemony no longer exists.
Savin rethinks the foundations of statehood, including religion, the economy, the world outlook of peoples, the themes of security and sovereignty, nationalism and civilisations. An assessment of the current crisis of neoliberalism and globalism from the perspective of possible alternative multipolar scenarios.
Ordo Pluriversalis, is intended for a wide range of readers, students of political science, historians, cultural scientists, and experts in international relations.
Leonid Savin is a member of the Military Scientific Society at the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation and member of the steering committee of the Islamabad International Counter-Terrorism Forum. He is the author of a number of books, scientific publications and special studies on the topic of international relations, political philosophy, geopolitics and international conflict.
468 pages, maps and schemes included.
Book available with hardback and paperback covers.
1 - The Collapse of Unipolarity and the Crisis of World Politics
2 - Multipolarity in the Context of International Standards
3 - Non-Western Approaches to Multipolarity
4 - Polycentricity and Pluriversality
5 - Deconstructing the West
6 - Law and Justice
7 - Security and Sovereignty
8 - Economics and Religion
9 - Power and the State
10 - Ethnoi, Peoples, and Nations
11 - Strategic Cultures and Civilizations
12 - Forming an Alternative
13 - Multipolar Praxis 431
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