Type
Livre
Titre
The G20: a new geopolitical order
Dans
The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy
Éditeur
Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan
Collection
The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy
Pages
128 p.
ISBN
9781137367747
Mots clés
G20, New world order
Résumé
EN
The composition of the Group of Twenty or G20 reflects the metamorphosis of world politics. In contrast with other 'Gs' (G8, G77) its members are both developed and emerging economies, democracies and authoritarian regimes, secular and religious governments. This book argues that the G20 is neither a global executive board for a new world order, nor is it just a crisis unit for failing economies. It is a laboratory for the observation, experimentation and invention of new forms of international cooperation that are redefining global politics. (Publisher's abstract)

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Introduction: For a Political Reinterpretation of the G20 Chapter One: The G20 in the Constellation of Gs Establishment of the G20: 1997 - 2008 The Proliferation of Gs and Other State Groupings since 1945 The G20, a Leadership Summit or a Leadership Network? Chapter Two: Does the G20 Lack Legitimacy? Defining International Legitimacy The G20 against the UN? The G20 instead of the G8? Chapter Three: The End of 'The West and the Rest' The Changing South Redrawing the World Conclusion: The G20, A New Grand Geopolitical Narrative? Chronology: International Cooperation and the Gs since 1944 G20 Summit Themes from 2008 to 2011 Bibliographie thématique
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