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Define bipolarity and it's effect

Asked by abhishek240624 29th March 2018, 11:35 AM
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“Bipolarity” in international politics describes distribution of power between two states which exercise majority of economic, military and cultural influence internationally. There was bipolarity during the Cold War as the world had only two big super powers- former Russia and the USA.
During the Cold War, the effects of bipolarity were:
  • During the Cold War, the world was divided into two military camps- one led by USA and the other was led by USSR. This created tension and disharmony in the world.
  • Both, the USA and USSR created an alliance which had many countries as its members.
  • It resulted in arms race and increased insecurity among the nations.
Answered by Expert 29th March 2018, 3:24 PM
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