International Affairs
12 June 2015 , Volume 71, Number 3

The rules-based global order governing our lives since 1945 has become fragile. As Kevin Rudd writes in our cover story, this order must adapt if we are to avoid anarchy. How difficult this might be is illustrated by the accompanying pieces on the spread of nuclear weapons and the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict, which have defied resolution for 70 years


Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Australia 2007-13, is President of the Asia Society Policy Institute in New York

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