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The concept of polarity refers to concentrations of power in a given system. What type of polarity (unipolarity, bipolarity, and multipolarity) characterized the state system in Politica at the beginning of the simulation? Did system polarity change by the end of this scenario? How so? What implications does the current polarity of the state system in Politica hold for the simulation according to the different perspective In the beginning of the simulation, Politica was a multi polar system. Not one country
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Unformatted text preview: had any extreme advantage over another and the countries all had resources that could be traded with others to keep a balanced system. Some conflict from the past and potential brewing conflicts, the countries began a system of trade and interaction, forming alliances and enemies throughout. With the forming of alliances in our class simulation between organizations such as North Placidic Treaty Organization (NPTO) and the New Politican Bloc (NPB), and existing nuclear powers of Paxony and Industrael,...
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