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This article is focused on the behaviours of states and what are the driving influences behind their actions. Analysing the concept of a power idea dichotomy in shaping a global agenda that forces strategic behaviours to rise above constructivism, liberalism, and realism models of international relations. It uses China as the perfect backdrop from which to shape this argument around a new global order that is fast evolving with the ever present threat of cold-war resurrection.
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