- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2016
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Christensen, Steen Fryba (ed.), Xing, Li (ed.)
- XIII, 277 p.
- 215 x 146 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 476 g
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"The chapters in this book provide a very sensible analysis of the impact of the emerging powers on the structure of the world economy and the global political order. The authors take a refreshingly unusual interest in the implications of these changes for people and governments in countries that are not global powers: most of Sub-Saharan Africa, the smaller and poorer countries of Latin America, and even smaller countries in Western Europe." - Craig N. Murphy, Wellesley College, USA "This volume provides a fascinating, multi-layered, and theoretically-informed analysis of the impact of the rising powers on the Global South and on Europe. Through providing cutting-edge critical analyses of the scope of contemporary global transformations, it will become a key reference for students and scholars in the fields of International Relations and International Political Economy." - Kevin Gray, University of Sussex, UK
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Steen Fryba Christensen is Senior Researcher at the Research Center on Development and International Relations, Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark. His research focuses particularly on Brazil, Latin America and current world order dynamics with a focus on emerging powers. Li Xing is Professor and Director of the Research Center on Development and International Relations, Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark. His research and teaching areas are IR, IPE and development studies. His recent research focus is the rise of China/emerging powers vis-a-vis the existing world order.
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND THEORETICAL DISCUSSION 1. The Emerging Powers and the Emerging World Order: Back to the Future?; Steen Fryba Christensen; Li Xing 2. From "Hegemony and World Order" to "Interdependent Hegemony and World Reorder"; Li Xing 3. BRICS and Capitalist Hegemony: Passive Revolution in Theory and Practice; Ian Taylor PART II: THE GLOBAL SOUTH 4. How Prioritized is the Strategic Partnership between Brazil and China?; Steen Fryba Christensen 5. India as an 'Emerging power' in the Global Order on Geopolitics and Geoeconomics; Jorgen Dige Pedersen 6. Situating the Gulf States in the Global Economic Redrawing: GCC-BICs Relations; Crystal A. Ennis 7. BRICS in Africa and Underdevelopment: How Different?; Ian Taylor 8. Reconfiguring Political Alliances and the Role of Swing States: The Strategy of Bolivia and its Relations with the BRICS; Oscar Garcia Agustin PART III: EUROPE 9. A Small State Maneuvering in the Changing World Order: Denmark's 'Creative Agency' Approach for Engagement with the BRICs; Camilla T. N. Sorensen 10. New Tourists at Old Destinations: Chinese Tourists in Europe; Karina Madsen Smed; Ane Bislev CONCLUSION 11. Emerging Powers, Emerging Markets, Emerging Societies: Global Responses; Steen Fryba Christensen; Li Xing