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The U.S. And Western Europe Role In Resolving The Religious Conflicts In Central Asia
The modern world is experiencing fundamental and dynamic changes. The transformation of international relations; the end of confrontation and successive overcoming of the Cold War consequences have expanded possible international cooperation. The global nuclear conflict threat has been minimized, while a tendency to establish a unipolar world structure with the U.S. economic and power domination is growing. The current world system of international relations, apparently is secular. However, thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.1073133 fatcat:hkpicwxryfgs7pulqtajj6kbg4