Mansoob Murshed on re-emerging interstate hostilities and deglobalization

Most wars nowadays are internal wars, which are also described as intra-state or civil wars. Yet
inter-state tensions, short of militarised conflict, still persist. Many cold war rivalries have reemerged, examples include the Syrian civil war, the recent escalation of hostilities between the
USA and Iran, as well as trade related hostility between the USA and China (see, van Bergeijk

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