Developments in the international system have led to a diminishing role of nations within international affairs. This, in return, has led to the emergence of a system where world society interactions are led by both state and non-state actors. As Joseph Nye described, this series of events has turned world politics into a stage, where governments are not the only creators of politics–nor is their role clear in the current situation. Instead, multiple actors play politics economic, political, legal, social, and even military levels. This paper examines the current situation.