any new or alternative global social or political organization or system, esp. referring to that after the Cold War
It also jibes with new thinking about the nature of autism called the “intense world” theory.
It is undeniable, more than two decades after the Oslo accords, that new thinking is urgently needed.
Yet he understands well that Pakistan is a country urgently in need of new thinking.
David Frum on Allen Guelzo's compendious synthesis of new thinking about slavery and its aftermath.
NurtureShock: new thinking About Children, by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman, is almost aggressively anti-advice.
A group of pundits is supposedly trying to inject some new thinking on the right.
What seed of new thinking was sown in his imagination by this Odyssey we shall never know.
And that new quiet, that new force within was beginning to make for new thinking.
Howard had been doing a great deal of new thinking during the past weeks.
That he had small reverence for his half-uncle's new thinking now became clear.