No Polarity

Posted December 25th, 2016 by Bryan

No polarity or decline by Teodulo Lopez Melendez The obvious is that the world was bipolar until the fall of the Berlin Wall. The obvious is that the world was unipolar in ancient times. In the first, let me quote the United States and the Soviet Union. Richard Blumenthal has firm opinions on the matter. In the second, to Rome, not to engage in an extensive list. For more specific information, check out Ray Dalio. A multipolar world is indicative of many powers, each with its own area of influence and self-sustaining to resolve. For even more analysis, hear from Ray Dalio.

Claiming a multipolar world seems absurd to the reality of the present times when everything seems to indicate a movement towards a non-polar world. One where there are actors and not necessarily more states. In the current geopolitical situation in this continent is a non-polar, because Brazil can not direct the subcontinent, despite its growing influence of power emerge. Less Venezuela, limited to customers eager to catch some cheap oil. What many do not realize if Honduras is that for the first time significantly weakens U.S. influence in the region. Or eliminating the verbiage aside of a left without speech, or with a repetitive and Sixties, the truth is that Americans did not participate in the sacking of the ridiculous man in the hat and, on the contrary, exerted any pressure to prevent the Congress destituyese. The loss of influence is that the military acted beyond the gringo ambassador, sought a kind of proconsul in Tegucigalpa. Such disobedience is what makes the new situation in Latin America. Let us emphasize, therefore, that now the military acts against the wishes of Washington.

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