Modern International Politics Towards the Dissipative-Bifurcating Order

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Amer Ababakr


The international system is in the transition phase from a simple and linear system to a complex and chaotic one, within the framework of multicomponent systems, which has created new challenges in explaining the order in it. The international relations literature has studied order from a simple and classical point of view and has a linear conception of it, while this system is complex and chaotic. A new paradigm of order is emerging that existing theories of international relations are incapable of explaining it. Based on this, the main question of the current study is based on the centrality of the theoretical model explaining the complex and chaotic order of the complex international system. The main purpose of conceptualizing such an order is that the author uses the ontological and epistemological foundations of complexity theory and its theoretical propositions and uses an innovative method approach. The model of distributed branch order is an innovative theoretical model for the scientific community of relations between international relations.

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