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Rising states, rising institutions

Alan S. Alexandroff

Rising states, rising institutions

challenges for global governance

by Alan S. Alexandroff

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Published by Centre for International Governance Innovation, Brookings Institution Press in Waterloo, Ont, Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAlan S. Alexandroff, Andrew F. Cooper, editors
ContributionsCentre for International Governance Innovation, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Project on the Future of Multilateralism
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ1318 .R574 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 318 p. ;
Number of Pages318
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24438025M
ISBN 100815704224
ISBN 109780815704225
LC Control Number2010007109
OCLC/WorldCa491905224

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Rising Powers and Multilateral Institutions. Book April the rising states are not uniform and consistent in posing a symbolic challenge to the liberal order – while the Russia is.   Promoting a global reach (Volgy et al. ) by a state, is associated with national ambition as opposed to being a receptor of social and economic forces. In some cases, to be sure, the image of a state recalibrating its global reach is on closer examination more accurately an expression of compensation for a shrinking role in the : Andrew F Cooper.


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