Título completo: The End of World Order and American Foreign Policy
Autor: Robert D. Blackwill y Thomas Wright
Fecha de publicación: Mayo de 2020
Institución participante: Council on Foreign Relations
Fragmento original: FOREWORD
World order is a fundamental concept of international relations. At its core, world order is a description and a measure of the world’s condition at a particular moment or over a specified period of time. It tends to reflect the degree to which there are widely accepted rules as to how international relations ought to be carried out and the degree to which there is a balance of power to buttress those rules so that those who disagree with them are not tempted to violate them or are likely to fail if in fact they do. Any measure of order necessarily includes elements of both order and disorder and the balance between them.