The Western and Eastern Countries set the Agenda for the New World Order in the Islamic World

Authors

  • Nimra Tariq Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus
  • Alina Anjum Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus
  • Sidra Ashraf National College of Arts, Rawalpindi

Keywords:

New World Order, Pakistan, 9/11, Political System, Simple Random Sampling

Abstract

The idea of the “New World Order” brings about the death of the old system and birth of a new and different one. The basic objective of this research is to highlight and identify the causes that led to the formulation of the “New World Order” and its impact on the politics of the world. It also critically analyzes the role of Islamic radicalisms, its effects and how it helped shaped the “New World Order”. The research focuses on the agenda settings of the previous political systems and how they are different from the new world political system. Simple random sampling technique was adopted for data collection. For analysis, result was derived from the reviewing of collected data. This research also sheds light on how different the new world order from is the old one and what exactly is its agendas and interests. The New World Order would surely have a huge influence on the world particularly affecting the Islamic World and the third world countries especially after the global war on terrorism

Author Biographies

Alina Anjum, Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus

Department of Arts and Media

Sidra Ashraf, National College of Arts, Rawalpindi

Department of Fine Arts

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Published

2021-09-30

How to Cite

Tariq, N., Anjum, A., & Ashraf, S. (2021). The Western and Eastern Countries set the Agenda for the New World Order in the Islamic World. Global Media and Social Sciences Research Journal (GMSSRJ), 2(3), 28-36. Retrieved from http://gmssrj.com/index.php/main/article/view/63