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multipolar

 [mul″tĭ-po´ler]
having more than two poles or processes.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr),
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr)
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.
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'The evidences of multipolarity in current international relations accentuate the need for minimising incidents of war, promoting negotiations to resolve conflicts and initiating trade between developing states.
While ASEAN stressed the need to limit external interference in Southeast Asia's affairs during the Cold War, the regional body has emphasized its impartiality in recent years in response to growing multipolarity in Asian security.
Truly comprehensive global growth breeds multipolarity, which, in the absence of an overarching diplomatic and geopolitical settlement, is a recipe for conflict.
The world is undoubtedly moving towards multipolarity, more of a 'hub-and-spoke' order based on networks and links.
As the international order moves from an era of U.S.-led hegemony to one of multipolarity, overlapping spheres of influence will increase the chances of economic and political friction.
As the international order moves from an era of US-led hegemony to one of multipolarity, overlapping spheres of influence will increase the chances of economic and political friction.
Just as gender begins to be seen as a less binary notion, so too are international relations obliged to reckon for the global equivalent - multipolarity: a world with a weakening US, rising China, and Russian influence in the Middle East.
True multipolarity has not been completed yet, it is still developing.
China is the new superpower in Asia and the emerging multipolarity in the world (with the rise of Russia as well, along with the European Union) is best for everyone.
The modern Triffin dilemma and a tendency towards multipolarity in the economic system--as opposed to the continued unipolarity of the monetary system--make it essential to adapt the system.
Therefore, today we have gathered to discuss this topic, to hear different points of view, we are calm about the multipolarity of opinions on this issue, "said the director of the department.
Multipolarity was the vision promoted in the 1990s and 2000s.