George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".
George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".

The neo-cold-war world

Paul Letters looks at today's tri-polar global order and finds the claims of extensive spying, economic sanctions, diplomatic expulsions and provocative fly-bys all rather familiar

George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".
George Orwell had three "great empires" in mind when he coined the term "cold war".
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