Definition of new world order in English:

new world order

noun

  • A new or alternative model of social organization, interaction, or control; (Politics) a new balance of power among nations, sometimes as manifested in arrangements established internationally for preserving political stability; especially (in recent use) the state of global politics and the global economy following the end of the Cold War.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Philip Bailey (1816–1902), poet. From new + world order.

Pronunciation

new world order

/ˌnjuː wəːld ˈɔːdə/