The Grand Chessboard Overturned, or the Bipolarity of a Polycentric World
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The Grand Chessboard Overturned, or the Bipolarity of a Polycentric World
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S207054760000061-4-1
DOI
10.18254/S0000061-4-1
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Valery Garbuzov 
Occupation: Director of the Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Affiliation: the Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
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The article deals with the problems of geopolitics and the new balance of power in the world. In connection with the redistribution of geopolitical fields and the formation of a new polycentric model of the world order, its architecture is currently undergoing an accelerated transformation, covering most of the globe. For the first time in decades, the “great chessboard”, about which Zb. Brzezinski wrote, turned over and again set in motion. Today, China and Russia, Japan and Korea, Turkey and Indonesia, India and Pakistan, Iran and Central Asia form a new landscape of Eurasia.
Keywords
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Grand chessboard, Eurasia, polycentricity, bipolarity, D. Trump, V. V. Putin, USA, American domination, Russia, foreign policy, cold war
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29.12.2018
Date of publication
31.12.2018
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