Russian President Vladimir Putin States Emergent Multipolar World Order Will Be 'More Just'

In a recent article, Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, outlined his thoughts about the emergence of a new multipolar world order. Putin explained this new configuration will allow different regions, including Africa, the Middle East, and Latam, to assume their roles in a new “more just and democratic” world order.

Russian President Vladimir Putin Predicts Emergence of New ‘More Just and Democratic’ World Order

Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, has described the emergence of a new multipolar world order that will allow regions like Africa, the Middle East, and Latam to develop their true potential.

In a recent article titled “Russia and Africa: Joining Efforts for Peace, Progress and a Successful Future,” Putin referred to the rise of these new “centers of economic and political power and influence,” which demand acknowledgment.

Putin stated:

We are sure that a new multipolar world order, the contours of which can already be seen, will be more just and democratic.

Furthermore, Putin stated that this new configuration of the international arena would allow other regions to “take [their] worthy place in it and finally free [themselves] from the bitter legacy of colonialism and neo-colonialism, rejecting its modern practices.”

Putin also referred to the common ground that exists between Africa and Russia, stating that the regions were “brought together by a common desire to shape a system of relations based on the priority of international law, respect for national interests, indivisibility of security, and recognition of the central coordinating role of the United Nations.”

A Multipolar World

This is not the first time that Putin has referred to the rise of a multipolar world that seeks to free itself from dependence on traditional finance centers. In a speech given in June at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Putin stated:

The inherently ugly neo-colonial world system has ceased to exist, and the multipolar world order is being strengthened. This is an inevitable process.

In May, at a meeting with the Council for Local Self-Government Development, Putin also referred to the “inevitability” of the decentralization of global power centers. He explained that this movement would “only intensify,” stating that those failing to understand it would be poised to lose. At the time, Putin declared this was an “absolutely obvious fact.”

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