The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order | Study Guide

Samuel P. Huntington

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Part 1, Chapter 1 On January 3, 1992, Russian and American scholars meet at a government building in Moscow. Two weeks earlier the Russi... Read More
Part 1, Chapter 2 The history of humans is the history of civilizations. Civilizations are the main lens through which to study the deve... Read More
Part 1, Chapter 3 The idea of a universal civilization implies a coming together of humanity. It means an increasing acceptance of commo... Read More
Part 2, Chapter 4 One picture that exists of the West's power is that of total dominance since the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Wes... Read More
Part 2, Chapter 5 Asian cultural assertiveness is rooted in its economic growth, which allows it to become more demanding in its dealing... Read More
Part 3, Chapter 6 Because of modernization, global politics are being realigned along cultural lines, widening the rift between people a... Read More
Part 3, Chapter 7 The two superpowers that existed until the Cold War have given way to core states that serve as the epicenters of attr... Read More
Part 4, Chapter 8 In the future, relationships between states and groups from different civilizations will drift apart and often be anta... Read More
Part 4, Chapter 9 When civilizations clash, it is tribal conflict on a global scale. Even connections between states of civilizations th... Read More
Part 4, Chapter 10 The first civilizational war was the Soviet-Afghan War of 1979–89, followed by the Gulf War. Both wars began as invasi... Read More
Part 4, Chapter 11 Fault line wars are rarely resolved, going through cycles of intensification, expansion, containment, and interruption... Read More
Part 5, Chapter 12 Each civilization believes in its own immortality. Most Westerners believe that their civilization is different from a... Read More
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