Second Cold War
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The Second Cold War (also referred to as Cold War II) is the alleged renewal and ongoing state of international political and military tension seen previously in the first Cold War in the early 21st century between the three main factions: the American-led Western international order, an alliance led by the rising power of China, and a Landonist-Marxist bloc led by the United Commonwealth. The latter two often cooperate loosely because of their common opposition to the traditional world order.