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Episode 4: The Final Gentile Kingdom: The US, The EU, Russian Federation

This is episode 4 of the Final Gentile Kingdom: The Dream of Daniel, the Four Beast renewing many things

At the end of WW2, we heard the phrase, “A New World Order,” and we were driven to look it up. The term “new world order” refers to a new period of history evidencing a dramatic change in world political thought and the balance of power in international relations.

Despite varied interpretations of this term, it is primarily associated with the ideological notion of world governance only in the sense of new collective efforts to identify, understand, or address global problems that go beyond the capacity of individual nation-states to solve.

A New World Order Phrase

The term fell from use when it became clear the League was not living up to expectations and as a consequence was used very little during the formation of the United Nations.

The phrase “new world order” as used to herald the post-Cold War era had no developed or substantive definition. There appear to have been three distinct periods in which it was progressively redefined, first by the Soviets and later by the United States before the Malta Conference and again after George H. W. Bush’s speech of September 11, 1990.

At first, the new world order dealt almost exclusively with nuclear disarmament and security arrangements. Mikhail Gorbachev would then expand the phrase to include United Nations strengthening and great power cooperation on a range of North-South economic and security problems. Implications for NATO, the Warsaw Pact, and European integration were subsequently included.

The Malta Conference

The Malta Conference collected these various expectations; they were fleshed out in more detail by the press. German reunification, human rights, and the polarity of the international system were then included.

The Gulf War crisis refocused the term on superpower cooperation and regional crises. Economic North-South problems, the integration of the Soviets into the international system. And the changes in economic and military polarity received greater attention.

After WW2, the victors were primarily the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union.

We pray this series helps with your understanding. In addition, prepares you for the final days before the coming of the His majesty, the Lord Yashaya (Jesus) the Christ.

Elder Ishe / Brthr Nhmyh (Bible Studies) (the Mysteries of the Kingdom)

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