Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being unipolar.
“With Iranians we have common interests, because I consider that to stop American unipolarity is the most important thing, the absolute thing.”
“If America does not wish to end her days in the same nursing home as Britannia, she had best can this Beltway geo-babble about 'unipolarity' and 'our responsibility to lead '.”
“America's demographic "unipolarity" has profound security implications as well.”
“The "unipolarity" identified by commentators following the Soviet collapse cannot last much longer, for the simple reason that history hates a hyperpower.”
“But the main theme that emerges is a tilt against US unilateralism, or "unipolarity".”
“At the height of US "unipolarity" in 2002, a dozen tribal chieftains, militant mullahs, Pakistani intel officers, or narco-traffickers still possessed the same capability as the US government to project power (eg, fifteen armed men or $20,000) into a given Afghan village.”
“US 'military might' has been harnessed for great economic bonanza that would go to force-multiply US prosperity, besides using 'unipolarity' as a means to consolidate its neo-imperialistic hold over the world.”
“Maybe the idea is that unipolarity exists when there is a power that has more power than any other single state, and whose power exceeds the power of every other state by some substantial factor.”
“In retrospect, therefore, 9/11 may well take its place in the history books alongside the 1950 Communist invasion of South Korea, as a catalyst that intensified and militarized a new phase of international politics—this one characterized by American unipolarity.”
“As the world's leading power, the United States must also acknowledge the changes and recognize that it no longer calls all the shots — but that it can help us move beyond unipolarity and cold-war instincts.”
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