New World Order
The term "new world order" refers to the cooperation between greater to great powers, strengthening of the United Nations and a more robust role of the international law. The term has been used to refer to any new period of history evidencing a dramatic change in world political thought and theÂ balance of power. In present-day usage, the phrase is associated with President George Bush who popularized it in the aftermath of Iraq invasion of Kuwait. He was anxious that American reaction to this act should not be unilateral, but should be viewed in the context of a re-emergence of collective security in the post Cold War era
members of the "G7/G8" are active and fully cooperative participants in the pursuance of the idea. The United nations and its units, international bankers, oil barons, pharmaceuticalÂ cartels and some other major multinational corporations are also members of NWO.
The Conspiracy Theories
The philosophy of new world order has also been considered as a conspiracy of great powers by number of think tanks and experts. NWO global members are assumed to manifest their agenda through manipulation of human emotions, especially fear. They create theÂ problems by funding an opposition group to stimulate turmoil in an established political power or sovereign country, such that they desire to impose upon by creating opposing groups in a conflict that the NWO themselves brought into existence. In recent decades, so called opposition groups are usually identified in the media as freedom fighters or liberators.
Proposing a solution to the self generated problem, NWO sends its own troops as peace keeping force with a motive to remain there till NWO establishes a firm control over that region.
The remarkable events in world politics between 1989 and the early 1990â€™s encouraged the idea that a new age on international relations had arrived. Among the elements associated with this...