The rise of new powers such as China and India is sending shockwaves through the global multilateral system. This volume systematically examines how 13 multilateral institutions are responding to this shift, with some deploying innovative outreach and reform activities, while others are paralyzed by gridlock or even retreat from the global scene.
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Sara Bannerman, McMaster University, Canada Sven Biscop, Royal Institute for International Relations, Belgium Gregory T. Chin, York University, Canada Judith Clifton, University of Cantabria, Spain Andrew F. Cooper, University of Waterloo, Canada Peter Debaere, Ghent University, Belgium Rozenn N. Diallo, Sciences Po Bordeaux, France Daniel Diaz-Fuentes, University of Cantabria, Spain Sacha Dierckx, Ghent University, Belgium Thomas Dörfler, Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg, Germany Sander Happaerts, KU Leuven, Belgium Madeleine O. Hosli, Leiden University, the Netherlands John Kirton, University of Toronto, Canada Dries Lesage, Ghent University, Belgium Jean-Frédéric Morin, Laval University, Canada Andreas Nölke, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Amandine Orsini, Université St Louis in Brussels, Belgium James Scott, King's College London, UK Thijs Van de Graaf, Ghent University, Belgium Mattias Vermeiren, Ghent University, Belgium Jakob Vestergaard, Danish Institute of International Studies (DIIS), Denmark Robert H. Wade, London School of Economics, UK Rorden Wilkinson, University of Sussex, UKReview:
'This is a really useful, high quality edited collection. It gathers together several distinguished analysts of global institutions and asks them all to consider the new issues and changing trends generated for these institutions by the rise of non-Western powers in global politics. The book genuinely adds to our knowledge and understanding in this key, but often neglected, dimension of global economic and political change.' - Anthony Payne, University of Sheffield, UK
'No other work on emerging powers and global governance approaches this one in the distinction of its authors, the range of multilateral institutions covered, and the careful analysis of contrasting institutional responses that it contains. - Miles Kahler, American University, USA
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