- Kuwait Times Extra
After the Second World War and the end of the Cold War, it became more noticeable for Germany to take on a more active role in Europe, especially within the euro-zone. In the new world of multi-polarity, there are many emerging powers that are competing in size and capabilities.
The changes might include the old continent of Europe, where many countries there are facing the tremendous pressures caused by the international financial meltdown. While from the other side there are other factors, such as transforming from a single polarity to a multi-polarity.
Moreover, that might include examples such as Germany in Europe and other countries from other continents, like Brazil, Japan, India and others. Also, the recent visits between the United States and China, where there were major issues discussed such as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the Iranian nuclear experiments and the Syrian threats.
The senior officials involved should bear in mind the need to cope with the new world, the young generation and the new and modern transparent peace, which the mass of people must see in realty, without any shades from the old rules of the game.
By Labeed Abdal
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