• Sheveta Sehgal M.Phil., Ph.D., International Politics, Political Science, Mohali, Punjab, India



Globalization, Movement, Transnational, Conferences, Politics

Abstract [English]

The drastic changes in the world scene in the 1990’s such as the declaration of the end of the Cold War. The Non-alignment movement had been perceived differently by the “aligned” of the East and the west. The NAM originally developed in the context of a bipolar world. In course of time other centers of power came up and used their military and economic capacities to bend the policies of newly- free or small countries to fit in with their strategies. Today even this multi polarity is less in evidence.


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How to Cite

Sehgal, S. (2019). NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT IN THE GLOBAL POLITICS ERA. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 7(8), 507–512.