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Multifaceted International Order and the Future of ‘Liberal International Order’: With China’s View as an Example

  • Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
  • Abbr : JAPS
  • 2018, 25(4), pp.129-169
  • DOI : 10.18107/japs.2018.25.4.005
  • Publisher : Institute of Global Affairs
  • Research Area : Social Science > Social Science in general
  • Received : November 16, 2018
  • Accepted : December 14, 2018
  • Published : December 30, 2018

Yoo, Heebok 1

1신한대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

Since the beginning of the 21st century, there has been many serious international crisis happened in various realms including international politics, security, economy, etc. As a result, different analysis have been conducted on the changes in the current international order, including the return of geopolitics and the crisis or end of liberal international order. Against this backdrop, this article purports to reexamine the contents of international order, including what is international order, what constitutes it, and how the current international order can be characterized. The international order is composed of multiple material and non-material elements such as power, institutions, norms, and values, and therefore, rather than defining it from one specific perspective, it is necessary to consider the components and the changes of their combinations to maintain the objectivity and balance of the view of international order. Despite the realist view and the U.S.-Sino competition for leadership, the future international order can be expected to remain liberal rather than realist in character.

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