De Rivero

The end of the Cold War, which abruptly ended in 1989, was a defining period in world history because it signaled ‘a new triumphalism’ that has largely been dominated by USA capitalism. Some scholars took the emergence of such an order for granted. In fact, the argument goes that the end of the Cold War also marked the End of History as was contended by Francis Fukuyama, but for others the doors of the old order closed and the gates of ‘the New World Order ushered in new complexities intoRead More