Was the post-45 international order an ‘expert consensus’, a ‘US hegemony’ or a ‘balance of threats’?

The post-World War II international order was to be a new epoch for how international relations was to be conducted, one focusing on collective security through a common interest in trade, welfare, and peace. However, those that sought to establish this new order at the Bretton Woods Conference had more difficulty in fulfilling this vision … Continue reading Was the post-45 international order an ‘expert consensus’, a ‘US hegemony’ or a ‘balance of threats’?