Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy

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  • Author : C. Efstathopoulos
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Pages : 219 pages
  • ISBN : 1137381760
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Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy

Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy
  • Author : C. Efstathopoulos
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 01 March 2015
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Examining how leading developing countries are increasingly shaping international economic negotiations, this book uses the case studies of India and South Africa to demonstrate the ability of states to exert diplomatic influence through different bargaining strategies and represent the interests of the developing world in global governance.

Middle Powers Commercial Diplomacy

Middle Powers   Commercial Diplomacy
  • Author : D. Lee
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 12 August 1999
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This book marries the disciplines of International Relations and Diplomatic History to provide a major new study of the GATT system in the 1960s. Using recently declassified British and American government documents, this book identifies the key role British diplomats played at the Kennedy Round. Through the close ties that characterise the Anglo-American relationship, the British influenced American policy and strategy in the negotiations. The evidence of this study challenges realist theories of middle power influence in the international political

Niche Diplomacy

Niche Diplomacy
  • Author : Andrew F. Cooper
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 July 2016
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An examination of the nature of middle power diplomacy in the post-Cold War era. As the rigid hierarchy of the bipolar era wanes, the potential ability of middle powers to open segmented niches opens up. This volume indicates the form and scope of this niche-building diplomatic activity from a bottom up perspective to provide an alternative to the dominant apex-dominated image in international relations.

Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy

Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy
  • Author : C. Efstathopoulos
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 01 March 2015
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Examining how leading developing countries are increasingly shaping international economic negotiations, this book uses the case studies of India and South Africa to demonstrate the ability of states to exert diplomatic influence through different bargaining strategies and represent the interests of the developing world in global governance.

Middle Powers and the Rise of China

Middle Powers and the Rise of China
  • Author : Bruce Gilley,Andrew O'Neil
  • Publisher : Georgetown University Press
  • Release : 08 July 2014
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This is the first work to examine the importance and role of middle powers in the key phenomenon of contemporary international politics, the rise of China. Middle powers have capabilities immediately below those of great powers yet exercise influence far above most other states in global trade and as allies or adversaries in regional security, arms proliferation, and global governance. The book reviews China's middle-power relations with South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, South Africa, Turkey, and Brazil. Contributors address

Transforming Global Governance with Middle Power Diplomacy

Transforming Global Governance with Middle Power Diplomacy
  • Author : Sook Jong Lee
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 16 June 2016
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This book examines South Korea’s recent strategic turn to middle power diplomacy, evaluating its performance so far in key areas of security, maritime governance, trade, finance, development assistance, climate change, and cyber space. In particular, the authors pay special attention to how South Korea’s middle power diplomacy can contribute to making the U.S.-China competition in East Asia benefit Korea. The contributors discuss the opportunities and limits of this middle power diplomacy role, exploring how Korea can

Middle Power Diplomacy in the WTO

Middle Power Diplomacy in the WTO
  • Author : Charalampos Efstathopoulos
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 January 2022
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The emergence of Southern powers constitutes a defining feature of contemporary global governance. Their rising impact has been particularly evident in the Doha round of WTO negotiations where leading developing countries have come to play an increasingly important role in the negotiating process. India and South Africa are two Southern powers that played a central role in WTO negotiations during 2001-5. Acting as representatives of the global South, the two countries determined to a considerable extent the positions of developing

In Between Countries

In Between Countries
  • Author : Andrew F. Cooper
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
  • Release : 25 November 1997
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The book explores how and why two self-identified middle powers adopted such distinctive styles in their diplomatic approaches. Focusing on a period of crucial developments in diplomacy, Andrew Cooper analyses the policies of each country, emphasizes distinctive interests and policies, and systematically compares key features of the actions of the two countries. While the book is very much policy driven, it is also firmly based on an appreciation of the distinctiveness of Australia and Canada. Cooper argues that the contemporary

Middle Powers in Global Governance

Middle Powers in Global Governance
  • Author : Emel Parlar Dal
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 01 May 2018
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This volume summarizes, synthesizes, updates, and contextualizes Turkey’s multiple roles in global governance. As a result of various political, economic, cultural and technological changes occurring in the international system, the need for an effective and appropriate global governance is unfolding. In such an environment, Turkey’s and other rising/middle powers’ initiatives appear to be indispensable for rendering the existing global governance mechanisms more functional and effective. The authors contribute to the assessment of changing global governance practices of

Middle Power Internationalism

Middle Power Internationalism
  • Author : Cranford Pratt
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
  • Release : 01 April 1990
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During the 1970s the picture looked very different. The countries involved in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development gave the impression that they felt it their duty to help the Third World. Since the beginning of the 1980s, however, this attitude has disappeared from the foreign policy agenda of one developed country after another. It seems that only when a state's self-interest is at risk does a concern for humanistic values emerge. Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden

Relocating Middle Powers

Relocating Middle Powers
  • Author : Andrew Fenton Cooper,Richard A. Higgott,Kim Richard Nossal
  • Publisher : UBC Press
  • Release : 27 January 1993
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The fall of the Berlin Wall and the disintegration of the Soviet Union were only two of the many events that profoundly altered the international political system in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In a world no longer dominated by Cold War tensions, nation states have had to rethink their international roles and focus on economic rather than military concerns. This book examines how two middle powers, Australia and Canada, are grappling with the difficult process of relocating themselves

Global South Perspectives on Diplomacy

Global South Perspectives on Diplomacy
  • Author : Yolanda Kemp Spies
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 October 2018
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This volume is a comprehensive overview of the various methods used in contemporary diplomatic practice. It incorporates the traditional modes of diplomacy and explains how these modes have evolved to deal with a burgeoning international community of state and non-state actors, the information and communications revolution and the changing profile of global conflict. The pursuit of “development diplomacy” is an integral part of the project, with due attention to the fault-lines, microcosms of power-politics and rapid evolution within the society

Rethinking Middle Powers in the Asian Century

Rethinking Middle Powers in the Asian Century
  • Author : Tanguy Struye de Swielande,Dorothée Vandamme,David Walton,Thomas Wilkins
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 27 September 2018
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The term "middle power" is conceptually fragile. Some scholars have even argued for abandoning it. This book argues that the concept needs to be analysed more profoundly and that new analytical tools need to be developed to better understand the phenomenon. The traditional approach, based on Western states, is insufficient and has become increasingly irrelevant in a transformed global environment. Instead of drawing from a single theory of international relations, the contributors have chosen to build upon a wide range