Biblio

NB: Papers from the conference are accessible via the tabs below each seminar.
The bibliography below is also available as a word file here.

Rising Powers Bibliography

Rising Powers and Global Governance

Abdoolcarim, Z. (2011) ‘The ChIndian Century’, TIME, 10 November

Acharya, A. (2011) ‘Can Asia Lead? Power Ambitions and Global Governance in the Twenty-first Century’, International Affairs, 87(4) pp. 851-869

Allouche, J. and Lind, J. (2014) ‘Beyond the New Deal: Global Collaboration and Peacebuilding with BRICS Countries’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 59, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Armijo, L, E. and Roberts, C. (2014) ‘Rising Powers and Global Governance why the BRICS Matter’, in Looney, R, E. (ed.) Handbook of Emerging Economies (Oxon and New York: Routledge)

Asian Development Bank. (2011) Asia 2050: Realizing the Asian Century (Manilla: ADB)

Beeson, M.  (2013) ‘Can China lead?’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 233-250

Bergsten, C, F., Gill, B., Lardy, N, R. and Mitchel, D, J. (2006) ‘China: The Balance Sheet- What the World Needs to Know About Emerging Superpower’, (New York, Public Affairs)

Biscop, S. and Renard, T. (2012) The European Union and Emerging Powers in the 21st Century: How Europe Can Shape a New Global Order, Farnham and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company

Breslin, S. (2013) ‘China and the Global Order: Signalling Threat or Friendship?’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp. 615-634

Carmody, P. (2012), ‘Another BRIC in the Wall? South Africa’s Developmental Impact and Contradictory Rise in Africa and Beyond’, European Journal of Development Research, (24) pp. 223-241

Carnegie Council. (2014) ‘Rising Powers: Rise of the Rest’, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, Online: http://www.carnegiecouncil.org/publications/picks/0025.html, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

CFR. (2010) ‘CFR Symposium: Rising Powers and Global Institutions’, Second Annual Symposium of the International Institutions and Global Governance (IIGG) program,  Council on Foreign Relations, Online: http://www.cfr.org/content/thinktank/IIGG_SymposiumNote_May19.pdf, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chan, L., Lee, P. K., Chan, G. (2008) ‘Rethinking Global Governance: A China Model in the Making?’, Contemporary Politics, (14) pp. 3-19

Chan, G., Lee, P. K. and Chan, L. (2012) China Engages Global Governance: A New World Order in the Making? (Routledge, Abington)

Contributors. (2013) ‘Special Issue: Negotiating the Rise of New Powers’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp. 561-792

Cooper, A., F. and Antkiewicz, A. (eds.) (2008) Emerging Powers in Global Governance: Lessons from the Heiligendamm Process, (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation and Wilfrid Laurier University Press)

Eldis. (2014) ‘Rising Powers in International Development’, Eldis, Online: www.eldis.org, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Emmott, B. (2008) Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India and Japan Will Shape our Next Decade (Orlando: Harcourt).

Foot, R. and Walter, A. (2011) China, the United States, and Global Order Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press

Foresight. (2011), ‘Charting New Directions: Brazil’s Role in a Multi-Polar World’, Policy Network, Brazil Foresight Conference, Online: http://www.policy-network.net/publications_detail.aspx?ID=3976, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Friedman, E. and Gilley, B. (2005) Asia’s Giants: Comparing China and India (New York: Palgrave).

Gaskarth, J. (ed) (2015) Rising Powers, Global Governance and Global Ethics, London: Routledge.

GPPI (2014) Global Public Policy Institute, Online www.gppi.net, [Accessed 02/11/2014]

Gray, K. and Murphy, C, N. (2013) ‘Introduction: Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance’, Third World Quarterly, 34 (2) pp. 183-193

Gray, K. and Murphy, C, N. (eds.) (2013) Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance, London: Routledge

Gu, J. and Humphrey, J. (2008) ‘Global Governance and Developing Countries: The Implications of the Rise of China’, World Development, 36(2) pp. 274-292

Hampson, F, O. and Heinbecker, P. (2011) ‘Global Insights: The “New” Multilateralism of Twenty-First Century’, Global Governance, 17(3) pp. 299-310

Hoge, J, F. (2004) ‘A Global Power Shift in the Making’, Foreign Affairs, 83(4) pp. 2-7

Huang, X. and Patman, R, G. (2013) China and the International System: Becoming a World Power, (Oxon and New York: Routledge)

Hui, S. (2011), ‘Engaging an Emerging Superpower: Understanding China as a Foreign Policy Actor’, Asia Programme Paper ASP 2011/05, Chatham House: London, Online: https://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/files/chathamhouse/0711pp_hui.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Humphrey, J. and Messner, D. (2006) ‘China and India as Emerging Global Governance Actors: Challenges for Developing and Developed Countries’, Institute of Development Studies, 37(1) pp. 107-114

Hurrell, A. and Sengupta, S. (2012) ‘Emerging Powers, North–South Relations and Global Climate Politics’, International Affairs, 88(3) pp. 463–484

Ikenberry, G, J. (2008) ‘The Rise of China and the Future of the West Can the Liberal System Survive?’, Foreign Affairs, 87(1) pp. 23–37

Ikenberry, G, J. and Wright, T. (2008) ‘Rising Powers and Global Institutions: A Century Foundation Report’, The Century Foundation, New York, Online:  http://72.32.39.237:8080/Plone/publications/2008/2/pdfs/pb635/ikenberry.pdf, [Accessed 11/11/2014]

Jacques, M. (2009) When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World New York: Penguin

Jaffrelot, C. (2008) The Emerging States: The Wellspring of a New World Order London: Hurst

Kahler, M. (2013) ‘Rising Powers and Global Governance: Negotiating Change in a Resilient Status Quo’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp.711-729

Lesage, D. and Van de Graaf, T. (eds.) (2015) Rising Powers and Multilateral Institutions, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan

Li, M. (2011) ‘Rising from Within: China’s Search for a Multilateral World and Its Implications for Sino-US Relations’, Global Governance, 17(3) pp. 331-351

Li, M. (ed.) (2012) China Joins Global Governance: Cooperation and Contentions Plymouth: Lexington Books

McGuire, S. (2013) ‘Multinationals and NGOs amid a Changing Balance of Power’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp. 695-710

Mukherjee, R. and Malone, D, M. (2011) ‘From High Ground to High Table: The Evolution of Indian Multilateralism’, Global Governance, 17(3) 311-329

Murphy, C. (2000) ‘Global Governance: Poorly Done and Poorly Understood’, International Affairs, 76(4) pp. 789-803

Murphy, C, N. (2013) ‘Introduction: Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 183-193

Narlikar, A. (2011) ‘Is India a Responsible Great Power?’ Third World Quarterly, 32(9) pp. 1607-1621

Narlikar, A. (2013) ‘Negotiating the Rise of New Powers’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp. 561-576

Palat, R, A. (2010) ‘World Turned Upside Down? Rise of the Global South and the Contemporary Global Financial Turbulence’, Third World Quarterly, 31(3) pp. 365-384

Rachman, G. (2011) ‘American Decline: This Time It’s for Real’, Foreign Policy, No. 184 (January/February), pp. 59–65

Schweller, R. (2011) ‘Global Insights: Emerging Powers in an Age of Disorder’, Global Governance, 17(3) pp. 285-297

Scott, D. (2008) The Chinese Century? The Challenge to Global Order Basingstoke: Palgrave

Shaffer, T. C. (2009) ‘The United States, India and Global Governance: Can They Work Together?’, The Washington Quarterly, 32(3) pp. 71-87

Sharma, R. (2005) India and Emerging Asia, New Delhi: Sage Publications India

Steinberg, J, B. (2010) ‘Rising Powers and Global Institutions: World Order in the 21st Century’, Remarks at The Council on Foreign Relations, US Department of State, Online: http://www.state.gov/s/d/former/steinberg/remarks/2010/169323.htm, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Stephen, M. (2012), ‘Rising Regional Powers and International Institutions: The Foreign Policy Orientations of India, Brazil and South Africa’, Global Society, 26(3) pp. 289-309

Stephen, M, D. (2014) ‘Rising Powers, Global Capitalism and Liberal Global Governance: A Historical Materialist Account of the BRIC’s Challenge’, European Journal of International Relations, DOI: 10.1177/1354066114523655, Online: http://ejt.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/05/21/1354066114523655

Stuenkel, O. (2014) India-Brazil-South Africa Dialogue Forum (IBSA): The Rise of the Global South, Volume 89 of Global Institutions Series, London: Routledge

Subramanian, A. (2011) ‘The Inevitable Superpower: Why China’s Rise is a Sure Thing’, Foreign Affairs, 90(5) pp.  66-78

The Stanley Foundation. (2014) ‘Rising Powers: The New Global Reality’, The Stanley Foundation, Online: http://risingpowers.stanleyfoundation.org/, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

The University of Manchester. (2014) ‘Rising Powers and Interdependent Futures’, The University of Manchester, Supported by the ESRC, Online: http://www.risingpowers.net/, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

University of Cambridge. (2014) ‘Centre for Rising Powers’, University of Cambridge, Online: http://www.crp.polis.cam.ac.uk/, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Vezirgiannidou, S. (2013) ‘The United States and Rising Powers in a Post-hegemonic Global Order’, International Affairs, 89(3) pp. 635-651

Wang, H. and Rosena, J, N. (2009) ‘China and Global Governance’ Asian Perspective, 33(3) pp. 5-39

 

Rising Powers and Power Transitions

Acharya, A. (2014) The End of American World Order Cambridge and Malden: Polity Press

Agrawal, S. (2007) ‘Emerging Donors in International Development Assistance: The India Case’, International Development Research Center, Online: http://www.idrc.ca/EN/Documents/Case-of-India.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Alden, C. (2012), ‘China and Africa: The Relationship Matures’, Strategic Analysis, 36(5) pp. 701-707

Alexandroff, A, S. and Cooper, A. F. (eds.) (2008) Rising States, Rising Institutions: Challenges for Global Governance, Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation and Wilfrid Laurier University Press

Antoniades, A. (2013) ‘Recasting the Power Politics of Debt: Structural Power, Hegemonic Stabilisers and Change’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 214-232

Bank, A. and Karadag, R. (2013) ‘The ‘Ankara Moment’: The Politics of Turkey’s Regional Power in the Middle East, 2007–11’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 287-304

Beausang, F. (2012), Globalization and the BRICs: Why the BRICs Will Not Rule the World for Long, London: Palgrave Macmillan

Beeson, M. (2013) ‘Can China Lead?’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 233-250

Berenskoetter, F. and Williams, M, J. (2007) Power in World Politics London: Routledge

Berenson, M, P., Larionova, M. and Rakhmangulov, M. (2014) ‘Promoting Greater Cooperation Between Russia and OECD Donors’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 53, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Bloom, G., Paes de Sousa, R., Pillay, Y., Xiulan, Z. and Constantine, J. (2014) ‘Building Mutual Understanding for Effective Development’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 66, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Bond, P. (2013) ‘Sub-imperialism as Lubricant of Neoliberalism: South African ‘Deputy Sheriff’ Duty within BRICS’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 251-270

Breslin, S. (2011) ‘The Soft Notion of China’s ‘Soft Power’, Asia Programme Paper ASP PP 2011/03, Chatham House: London, Online: https://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/files/chathamhouse/public/Research/Asia/0211pp_breslin.pdf, [Accessed, 09/11/2014]

Brooks, S, G. and Wohlforth, W. (2008) World Out of Balance: International Relations and the Challenge of American Primacy Princeton: Princeton University Press

Callahan, W. and Barabantseva, E. (eds.) (2012) China Orders the World: Normative Soft Power and Foreign Policy (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press)

Chan, S. (2008) China, the US and the Power-Transition Theory: A Critique Oxon and New York: Routledge

Chaturvedi, S., Chenoy, A., Chopra, D., Joshi, A. and Lagdhyan, K, H. (2014) ‘Indian Development Cooperation: The State of the Debate’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 95, Online: www.ids.ac.uk [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chaturvedi, S., Chenoy, A., Chopra, D., Joshi, A. and Lagdhiyan, K. H. (2014) ‘Learning from India’s Development Cooperation’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 70, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chaturvedi, S., Fues, T. and Sidiropoulos, E. (eds.) (2012) Development Cooperation and Emerging Powers: New Partners or Old Patterns?, (London: Zed Books)

Chaudhary, A., Narain, A., Krishna, C. and Sagar, A. (2014) ‘Who Shapes Climate Action in India? Insights from the Wind and Solar Energy Sectors’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 56, Online: www.ids.ac.uk [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chen, Y. (2014) ‘Rising Powers in International Development’, Institute of Development, Advisory Council Seminar VI, Evidence Report No. 96, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chen, Y. and Wilson, E. (2014) ‘Five Fingers or One Hand? The BRICS in Development Cooperation’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 69, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings  [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Chin, G. and Thakur, R. (2010) ‘Will China Change the Rules of Global Order?’ The Washington Quarterly, 33(4) pp. 119-138

Chin, G. and Quadir, F. (2012), ‘Introduction: Rising States, Rising Donors and the Global Aid Regime’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 25(4) pp. 493-506

Cirera, X. (2013) ‘The Economic Engagement Footprint of Rising Powers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trade, FDI and Aid Flows’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 43, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Cirera, X. and Younis, M. (2014) ‘What is the Economic Engagement Footprint of Rising Powers in Africa?’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 41, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings  [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Constantine, J. (2013) ‘Learning Event on the Rising Powers for DFID Advisors, April-May 2012’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 40, Online: www.ids.ac.uk [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Contributors. (2013) ‘Special Issue: Foreign Policy Strategies of Emerging Powers in a Multipolar World’, Third World Quarterly, 34(6) pp. 943-1144

Contributors. (2013) Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 183-355

Costa Leite, I., Suyama, B., Trajber Waisbich, L., Pomeroy, M., Constantine, J., Navas-Alemán, L., Shankland, A. and Younis, M. (2014) ‘Brazil’s Engagement in International Development Cooperation: The State of the Debate’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 59, Online: www.ids.ac.uk [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Cox, M. (2012) ‘Kenneth N. Waltz Lecture: Power Shifts, Economic Change and the Decline of the West?’ International Relations, 26(4) 369–388

Drezner, D.W. (2007) ‘The New New World Order’, Foreign Affairs, 86 (March/April) pp. 34–46

Emmott, B. (2008) Rivals: how the power struggle between China, India and Japan will shape our next decade Orlando: Harcourt.

Eyben, R. (2013) ‘Building Relationships in Development Cooperation: Traditional Donors and the Rising Powers’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 36, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Friedman, E. and Gilley, B. (2005) Asia’s Giants: Comparing China and India New York: Palgrave.

Fujita, M. (2014) ‘Does China’s Economic Rise Help or Hinder the Development of its Neighbours?’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 45, Online: www.ids.ac.uk [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Gaskarth, J. (ed) (2015) China, India and the Future of International Society, London: Rowman and Littlefield

Goldstein, A. (2005) Rising to the Challenge: China’s Grand Strategy and International Security Stanford: Stanford University Press

Grigas, A. (2012), ‘Legacies, Coercion and Soft Power: Russian Influence in the Baltic States’, The Means and Ends of Russian Influence Abroad Series, Briefing Paper, Chatham House: London, Online: http://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/files/chathamhouse/public/Research/Russia%20and%20Eurasia/0812bp_grigas.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Grobbelaar, N.  (2014) ‘Rising Powers in International Development: The State of the Debate in South Africa’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 91, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Grobbelaar, N. and Chen, Y. (2014) ‘Understanding South Africa’s Role in Achieving Regional and Global Development Progress’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 64, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Gu, J., Chen, Y. and Zhang, Y. (2014) ‘Understanding China’s Approaches to International Development’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 75, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Hayes, J. (2103) Constructing National Security: U.S. Relations with India and China, New York: Cambridge University Press

Herd, G, P. (ed.) (2010) Great Powers and Strategic Stability in the 21st Century: Competing Visions of World Order, Oxon and New York: Routledge

Hoge, J.F. (2004) ‘A Global Power Shift in the Making’ Foreign Affairs, 83,4, July/August, 2-7

Hurrell, A. (2006) ‘Hegemony, Liberalism and Global Order: What Space for Would-be Great Powers?’ International Affairs, 82(1) pp. 1-19

Hurrell, A. (2013) ‘Roundtable: Reflections on International Peace. Power Transitions, Global Justice, and the Virtues of Pluralism’, Ethics & International Affairs, 27(2) pp. 189-205

IDS. (2014) ‘BRICS and Rising Powers’, Institute of Development Studies, Online: http://www.ids.ac.uk/idsresearch/brics-and-rising-powers, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

IDS. (2014) ‘Rising Powers in International Development Programme’, Institute of Development Studies, Online: http://www.ids.ac.uk/idsresearch/rising-powers-in-international-development-programme, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Indian Ministry of Finance. (2012) The BRICS Report: A Study of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa with Special Focus on Synergies and Complementarities, (New Delhi: Oxford University Press)

Jacques, M. (2009) When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World New York: Penguin.

Jaffrelot, C. (2008) The Emerging States: The Wellspring of a New World Order London: Hurst.

Kang, D, C. (2007) China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia New York: Columbia University Press

Kragelund, P. (2010), ‘The Potential Role of Non-Traditional Donors’ Aid in Africa’, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Issue Paper 11, Online: http://www.ictsd.org/downloads/2011/03/the-potential-role-of-non-traditional-donorse28099-aid-in-africa.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Kragelund, P. (2011), ‘Back to BASIC? The Rejuvenation of Non-Traditional Donors’ Development Cooperation with Africa’, Development and Change, 42(2) pp. 585-607

Kumar, A. and Messner, D. (eds.) (2011) Power Shifts and Global Governance: Challenges from South and North London and New York: Anthem Press

Larionova, M., Rakhmangulov, M. and Berenson, M, P. (2014) ‘The Russian Federation’s International Development Assistance Programme: A State of the Debate Report’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 88, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Larson, D. and Shevchenko, A. (2010) ‘Status Seekers: Chinese and Russian Responses to U.S. Primacy’, International Security, 34(4) pp. 63-95

Layne, C. (1993) ‘The Unipolar Illusion: Why New Great Powers Will Rise’, International Security, 17(4) pp. 5-51

Li, X. and Carey, R. (2014) ‘The BRICS and the International Development System: Challenge and Convergence?’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 55, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Maguire, R., Lewis, B. and Sampford, C. (2013) Shifting Global Powers and International Law: Challenges and Opportunities, (Oxon and New York: Routledge)

Mahbubani, K. (2008) The New Asian Hemisphere: The Irresistible Shift of Global Power to the East, New York: Public Affairs

Mawdsley, E. and McCann, G. (eds.) (2011) India and Africa: Changing Geographies of Power and Development, Oxford: Famahu

Paus, E., Prime, P, B. and Western, J. (2009) Global Giant: Is China Changing the Rules of the Game?, New York: Palgrave

Pham, P, A. (2011), ‘India in Africa: Implications of an Emerging Power for Africom and U.S. Strategy’, Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College, Online: http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/PUB1051.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Post-Western World (2014) Post-Western World: How are Emerging Powers Changing the World?, Online: www.postwesternworld.com, [Accessed 02/11/2014]

Quadir, F. (2013) ‘Rising Donors and the New Narrative of ‘South–South’ Cooperation: What Prospects for Changing the Landscape of Development Assistance Programmes?’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 321-338

Rachman, G. (2011) ‘American Decline: This Time It’s for Real’ Foreign Policy, No. 184 (January/February), 59–65

Rising Powers in International Development (RPID) Programme. (2013) ‘Advisory Council Seminar IV, 2 July 2013: IDS Rising Powers in International Development Advisory Council Discussion’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 35, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Rising Powers in International Development (RPID) Programme. (2013) ‘Rising Powers in International Development: Building an Agenda for Collaboration’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 37, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Rising Powers in International Development (RPID) Programme. (2013) ‘The BRICS Countries and the Changing Nature of the International Development Policy Landscape: IDS Rising Powers in International Development Advisory Council Discussion’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 34, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Sagar, A. (2014) ‘Meeting Multiple Energy Challenges: Lessons from India’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 93, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Schoeman, M. (2011) ‘Of BRICs and Mortar: The Growing Relations between Africa and the Global South’, The International Spectator, 46(1) pp. 33-51

Scott, D. (2008) ‘The Chinese Century’? The Challenge to Global Order Basingstoke: Palgrave

Shambaugh, D. (2013) China Goes Global: The Partial Power, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Shifrinson, J, R, I. and Beckley, M.  (2013) ‘Debating China’s Rise and U.S. Decline,’ International Security, 37(3) pp. 172-181

Slaughter, A. M. (2004) A New World Order Princeton: Princeton University Press

Strauss, J. and Saavedra, M. (eds.) (2009) China and Africa: Emerging Patterns in Globalization and Development, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge

Stuenkel, O.  (2013) ‘Rising Powers and the Future of Democracy Promotion: The Case of Brazil and India’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 339-355

Subramanian, A. (2011) ‘The Inevitable Superpower: Why China’s Rise Is a Sure Thing’ Foreign Affairs, 90,5 (September/October), 66–78.

Trenin, D. (2011), ‘Post-Imperium: A Eurasian Story’, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC, Online: http://carnegieendowment.org/pdf/book/post-imperium.pdf, [Accessed 09/11/2014]

Vanaik, A. (2013) ‘Capitalist Globalisation and the Problem of Stability: Enter the New Quintet and Other Emerging Powers’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 194-213

Watson, N., Younis, M. and Spratt, S. (2013) ‘What Next for the BRICS Bank?’, Institute of Development, Rapid Response Briefing Issue 03, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Xiaoyun, L. and Carey, R. (2014) ‘The BRICS and the International Development System: Challenge and Convergence?’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 58, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Younis, M. (2014) ‘Advisory Council Seminar 3, 20 March 2013: IDS Rising Powers in International Development Advisory Council Discussion’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 50, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Younis, M. (2014) ‘Brazil’s International Development Cooperation at a Crossroads’, Institute of Development, Policy Briefing Issue 56, Online: www.ids.ac.uk/idspolicybriefings, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Younis, M. (2013) ‘IDS South Africa Events: Report from the Series of Events Held By IDS and Partners in Johannesburg Preceding the 5th BRICS Summit in March 2013’, Institute of Development, Evidence Report No. 24, Online: www.ids.ac.uk, [Accessed 06/11/2014]

Zhang, X. (2011) ‘A Rising China and the Normative Changes in International Society,’ East Asia, 28(3) pp. 235-246

Zhu, Z. (2006) US-China Relations in the 21st Century: Power Transition and Peace, (London and New York: Routledge)

 

Rising Powers and Global Ethics

Amstutz, M, R. (2005) International Ethics: Concepts, Theories, and Cases in Global Politics, (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers)

Ardichvili, A., Jondle, D., Kowske, B., Cornachione, E., Li, J. and Thakadipuram, T. (2011) ‘Ethical Cultures in Large Business Organizations in Brazil, Russia, India, and China’, Journal of Business Ethics, 105(4) pp. 415-428

Bellamy, A, J. (2008) Responsibility to Protect, Cambridge: Polity Press

Bellamy, A, J. (2008) ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of Military Intervention’, International Affairs, 84(4) pp. 615–39

Bellamy, A, J. (2008) Global Politics and the Responsibility to Protect: From Words to Deeds, Oxon and New York: Routledge

Bellamy, A, J. (2009) ‘Realizing the Responsibility to Protect’, International Studies Perspectives, 10(2) pp 111-128

Bellamy, A, J. (2012) ‘R2P-Dead or Alive?’, in Brosig,  M. (ed.) The Responsibility to Protect—From Evasive to Reluctant Action? The Role of Global Middle Powers, (South Africa: Hanns Seidel Foundation; Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung; Institute for Security Studies; South African Institute of International Affairs), pp. 11–27

Chandhoke, N. (2013) ‘Realising Justice’, Third World Quarterly, 34(2) pp. 305-320

EUISS. (2010) Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Juncture, Paris: Institute for Security Studies

Gaskarth, J. (ed.) (2015) Rising Powers, Global Governance and Global Ethics, Oxon and New York: Routledge

Gill, B. and Reilly, J. (2000) ‘Sovereignty, Intervention and Peacekeeping: The View from Beijing’, Survival, 42(3) pp. 41-59

Grimm, S., Humphrey, J., Lundsgaarde, E., and John de Sousa, S. (2009) ‘European Development Cooperation to 2020: Challenges by New Actors in International Development’, Seventh Framework Programme, European Development Cooperation 2020, Working Paper 4

ICISS. (2001) The Responsibility to Protect: Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty, Ottawa: International Development Research Centre

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