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The Resource Middle powers in global governance : the rise of Turkey, Emel Parlar Dal, editor

Middle powers in global governance : the rise of Turkey, Emel Parlar Dal, editor

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Middle powers in global governance : the rise of Turkey
Title
Middle powers in global governance
Title remainder
the rise of Turkey
Statement of responsibility
Emel Parlar Dal, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
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 secondary and/or middle power states with a special focus on Turkey’s multiple roles and issue-based global governance policies. Emel Parlar Dal is Associate Professor in the Department of International Relations at Marmara University, Turkey.--
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Dewey number
956.1956.104
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Parlar Dal, Emel
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  • Turkey
  • Middle East
  • International organization
  • Globalization
  • International relations
Label
Middle powers in global governance : the rise of Turkey, Emel Parlar Dal, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Profiling Middle Powers in Global Governance and the Turkish Case: An Introduction; Regional-Global Nexus in Middle Power Foreign Policy; Revisiting the "Middle Power" Concept; Middle Powers at the Junction of the Regional and the Global; Middle Power Multilateralism in Focus; Assets; Challenges; Making Sense of Turkey's Middle Power at the Junction of the Global-Regional, Institutional, and Behavioral; Geographical-Geopolitical Approaches to Turkey's Middle Powermanship
  • Institutional ApproachBehavioral Approach; Conclusion; References; Part I: Making Sense of Turkey's Middle Power at the Junction of the Global-Regional; Chapter 2: Through a Glass Darkly: The Past, Present, and Future of Turkish Foreign Policy; Introduction; The End of the Cold War, the Rise of the AKP, and the Search for a New World Ordering Conception; Principal Relationships Reconsidered; The United States; Europe; Russia; China; Middle East; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: From Mogadishu to Buenos Aires: The Global South in the Turkish Foreign Policy in the Late JDP Period (2011-2017)
  • IntroductionTurkey's Southern Dimension: A Post-Crisis Orientation?; Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America in Turkey's Global South Agenda; Sub-Saharan Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4: Turkey's Multistakeholder Diplomacy: From a Middle Power Angle; Introduction; Multistakeholder Diplomacy: Amalgamation of State with Non-state; Multistakeholderism for Middle Power Diplomacy: A Practical Complementarity; Turkey's "Multistakeholder" Efforts: A Practical Reality; Conclusion; References; Part II: Turkey's Middle-Power Multilateralism
  • Chapter 5: Turkey, Global Governance, and the UNSouth Versus North Theatrics: The Background for Turkey's Rise; Debates About Global Governance and the United Nations; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Turkey in the UN Funding System: A Comparative Analysis with the BRICS Countries (2010-2013); Introduction; Rising Powers in the UN: From Strategies to Funding; Locating Turkey in the UN Funding System Compared to the BRICS; Global Governance Contribution Index Findings; Voluntary Financial Contribution Data Findings
  • Can Turkey Gain Efficiency as a Rising Power in the UN System Through Funding?Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Analyzing "T" in MIKTA: Turkey's Changing Middle Power Role in the United Nations; Introduction; Emerging Middle Powers (MIKTA) in Global Governance; Turkey and MIKTA at the UN: Toward a Common Middle Power Role?; Analyzing Turkey's Middle Power Role Among MIKTA in the 2000s; Material (Positional) Factors; Behavioral Factors; Ideational Factors; Promoted Role; Attitude Toward Order; Nexus Between Regional and Global Roles; Turkey and MIKTA: A Common Emerging Middle Power Identity?
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on1034526352
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9783319723655
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SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034526352
Label
Middle powers in global governance : the rise of Turkey, Emel Parlar Dal, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Profiling Middle Powers in Global Governance and the Turkish Case: An Introduction; Regional-Global Nexus in Middle Power Foreign Policy; Revisiting the "Middle Power" Concept; Middle Powers at the Junction of the Regional and the Global; Middle Power Multilateralism in Focus; Assets; Challenges; Making Sense of Turkey's Middle Power at the Junction of the Global-Regional, Institutional, and Behavioral; Geographical-Geopolitical Approaches to Turkey's Middle Powermanship
  • Institutional ApproachBehavioral Approach; Conclusion; References; Part I: Making Sense of Turkey's Middle Power at the Junction of the Global-Regional; Chapter 2: Through a Glass Darkly: The Past, Present, and Future of Turkish Foreign Policy; Introduction; The End of the Cold War, the Rise of the AKP, and the Search for a New World Ordering Conception; Principal Relationships Reconsidered; The United States; Europe; Russia; China; Middle East; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: From Mogadishu to Buenos Aires: The Global South in the Turkish Foreign Policy in the Late JDP Period (2011-2017)
  • IntroductionTurkey's Southern Dimension: A Post-Crisis Orientation?; Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America in Turkey's Global South Agenda; Sub-Saharan Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4: Turkey's Multistakeholder Diplomacy: From a Middle Power Angle; Introduction; Multistakeholder Diplomacy: Amalgamation of State with Non-state; Multistakeholderism for Middle Power Diplomacy: A Practical Complementarity; Turkey's "Multistakeholder" Efforts: A Practical Reality; Conclusion; References; Part II: Turkey's Middle-Power Multilateralism
  • Chapter 5: Turkey, Global Governance, and the UNSouth Versus North Theatrics: The Background for Turkey's Rise; Debates About Global Governance and the United Nations; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Turkey in the UN Funding System: A Comparative Analysis with the BRICS Countries (2010-2013); Introduction; Rising Powers in the UN: From Strategies to Funding; Locating Turkey in the UN Funding System Compared to the BRICS; Global Governance Contribution Index Findings; Voluntary Financial Contribution Data Findings
  • Can Turkey Gain Efficiency as a Rising Power in the UN System Through Funding?Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Analyzing "T" in MIKTA: Turkey's Changing Middle Power Role in the United Nations; Introduction; Emerging Middle Powers (MIKTA) in Global Governance; Turkey and MIKTA at the UN: Toward a Common Middle Power Role?; Analyzing Turkey's Middle Power Role Among MIKTA in the 2000s; Material (Positional) Factors; Behavioral Factors; Ideational Factors; Promoted Role; Attitude Toward Order; Nexus Between Regional and Global Roles; Turkey and MIKTA: A Common Emerging Middle Power Identity?
Control code
on1034526352
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319723655
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034526352

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