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Rising Powers, Global Governance, and the United Nations

@inproceedings{Weiss2016RisingPG,
  title={Rising Powers, Global Governance, and the United Nations},
  author={T. G. Weiss},
  year={2016}
}
The three topics in the title of this essay often generate more heat than light, accompanied by a customary “dialogue of the deaf ” between representatives¬— governmental or academic—of the North and the Global South. The launching of this journal, Rising Powers Quarterly, provides a most welcome and necessary, refereed analytical space to interrogate honestly geopolitical developments rather than regurgitate familiar ideological tropes. 

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