No one will willingly accept a New World Order unless the Old World Order is obviously broken.
What does OWO stand for?
OWO stands for Old World Order (various organizations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 10 other meanings of OWO in our Acronym Attic
- One World Nutrition, Inc. (Arizona)
- Oh Well, Nevermind
- One World Network North East (England)
- One World - Nations Online (website)
- Onsite Wastewater Nutrient Reduction System (US EPA)
- One Way Network Sniffer (open source software)
- Optical WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) Network Simulator (computer science)
- Oakville Wind Orchestra (Canada)
- Obsolete When Out (car slang)
- Ohio Watersheds Online
Samples in periodicals archive:
The world is experiencing a transformational shift in which young people empowered by technology and the connectivity of social media are challenging the old world order.
The alternative is a reversion to the old world order, but it is not an option given that the BRICS represent nearly half the world's population," he pointed out.
It is no long the old world order where a country's elites can decide to starve its citizens of their democratic rights while the rest of the continent goes out with business as usual.
Where it's all so clearly going wrong in Britain is that while the Government may finally realise the pickle we're in, and families and small businesses certainly do, the banks and utilities are still operating as if the old world order still existed too.
In the second part of this two part series we see how these recent banking catastrophes in 2008 may prove to be the catalyst for major financial and political changes, and how Muslim-led Indonesia, located in South East Asia, is now part of an emerging new world order along with China, whereas Iceland and the United Kingdom, in their different ways, are both part of the old world order, which must now give way to change.
But the heroic assumption that the old world order can be restored without change is a weak one.