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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part E

Ukraine war opened the pathway of the new cold war between the United States of America and Russia


Author(s): Dr. Sanjeev Kumar and Dr. Harit Kumar Meena

Abstract: The wave of the Russo-Ukraine war resulted in a meandering world order, which brought the balance of power to a new turning point. The new power tussle that arose between the U.S.A. and USSR shows their lingering ambition to create a unipolar world, which itself embedded in their histories. When World War II ended, the world was divided on the basis of ideology, i.e., the capitalist and the communist half. The USA and the latter led the former by the USSR. This results in unprecedented antagonism between the two, which is driven by dangerous proxy war, propaganda and surveillance, arms race, and state control terrorism known as the Cold War. The Russian-Ukrainian war, which befalls after eight years, again engineered a new method of hybrid war, which will be fiercer in the form of the New Cold War. The New Cold War brought turmoil and created an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty among the weak and insecure countries of the world. In this research paper, we will discuss the causes of the Russo-Ukraine war and its future effects in broad terms. It will also highlight the newer method of warfare that emerged in the course of the New Cold War. I also tried to explore how it will change the outlook of international relations. The New Cold War in Europe meant a new “War of Economics” in Asia and Africa. Nigeria is also gradually turning into a new site of the New Cold War. The new cold war that was engendered from the recent Russia-Ukraine war definitely, if not stopped, will spread its wings in the Transatlantic and Indo-Pacific region. This engulfed China, Japan, India, Israel, North Korea and all rising centres in the multipolar world. It is clearly giving an indication that somewhere; a new cold war is being born. Is the United States of America seeing Russia as a weak power due to the expansion of the NATO organisation in the Eastern part of Europe? Is America provoking Russia to opt for the war in order to weaken Russia? What course had Russia taken in the midst of the confrontation? All these themes will be the main focus of my research paper.

DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i1e.263

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Dr. Harit Kumar Meena. Ukraine war opened the pathway of the new cold war between the United States of America and Russia. Int J Political Sci Governance 2023;5(1):369-379. DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i1e.263
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