In recent years, phenomenal developments have taken place in the field of international relations. With the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR], bipolar world has given place to a unipolar world with the United states playing a dominating role in world affairs. The functioning of the United nations organization has been under great strain particularly because of the behaviour of the United States under the regime of George W.Bush. The united states has been flouting the provisions of the United Nations. A recent brushed aside some good international agreements [for example on nuclear testing, world criminal court, land mines, etc.] and dismissed some others [the Kyoto convention on global warming] with an insouciance unbecoming to the world's biggest producer of greenhouse gases. Furthermore, it has been dominating the United Nations Organisations like the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, International Finance Corporation, etc. The grant of loans by the financial international institutions is considerably influenced by the United States instead of being guided strictly by commercial and financial prudence. The present book focuses on all contemporary issues of global significance. It aims at addressing ambitious themes such as the international security situations, reforms of United Nations, India's international relations, the changing socio-politico-economic situation and equations, increasing terrorism and shrinking moral and ethical values in the new millennium.