At stake in Ukraine: The future of world order

Image: Members of the new pro-Russian forces dubbed the "military forces of the autonomous republic of Crimea" stand at a gate, adorned with a Russian flag, at a military complex in Simferopol. Image credit: AFP.

Image: Members of the new pro-Russian forces dubbed the “military forces of the autonomous republic of Crimea” stand at a gate, adorned with a Russian flag, at a military complex in Simferopol. Image credit: AFP.

How this crisis plays out may determine whether the twenty-first century remains a time of great power comity, where patterns of cooperation dominate, or deteriorates into a bare-knuckled era of geopolitical competition.

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