Olivia Ward
Toronto Star
Posted July 23, 2011


A decade after 9/11, the world has moved on. The global community is pulled by many strings and no one knows how strong or fragile they might be, or in what direction they will be jerked.

The New World Order is not what it was on that day before 9/11, when a sole superpower was the colossus on the global horizon.

Now, while the U.S. sags and Europe slides, China flexes its muscles. India follows on its heels with Brazil and Russia alongside. The nuclear club is expanding, and with it uncharted global influence. A multipolar world looms with more opportunity than certainty.

But the journey to 2011 can also be traced back to the blackened ruins of the twin towers on the day the geopolitical earth moved.

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