1. Research Library

        The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order (1996)

        Samuel Huntington

        London: Free Press 2002

        ISBN 9780743231497

      1. Considered one of the most important, influential, and contested books to emerge post-1989, in which Huntington (a political scientist at Harvard and foreign policy aide to Bill Clinton) argues that in the wake of the end of the bipolar world, we will not enjoy global peace but will rather see a rise in violent conflict between states because of cultural and religious dogma-in other words clashing ‘civilizations’ will drive conflict, not economics or political ideologies as during the Cold War.