عنوان مقاله [English]
The Corona crisis has involved most of the world in various forms by introducing new categories of security called health security. Instead of working together to address these challenges, some countries are moving toward competition and intolerance, resulting in the formation of new patterns in international order. In this context, the question that arises is "what effect will the Corona crisis have on the strategic dynamics of the international system and the model of world order?" In response to the hypothesis, it can be said that the "Corona crisis as an intervening and driving variable" has accelerated the process of strategic changes in the international system from the past; In such a way that the models of the liberal order no longer meet the diverse needs and concerns of human beings, the world system tends to move towards more non-Western models of international relations and more responsible political systems, such as the Eastern models or the transnational model of transnational government. Thus, the corona crisis cannot be considered as an independent variable that fundamentally changes the international order; Rather, it is an "intervening and accelerating variable" that will accelerate the process of change in the existing international order. Therefore, there is no disagreement about the fact that with the occurrence of the Corona crisis, the existing international order has witnessed changes and developments, but about how these changes will be, their intensity and depth, or how to manage this crisis. How it should be, there is a difference of opinion. In this article, using the descriptive-analytical method and the theories of international relations experts, we will examine the impact of the corona crisis on the strategic dynamics of the international system and the future of the world system.