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Polycentric World Order in the Making, edited by Andrey Baykov, Tatiana Shakleina

Summary
The world order is evolving toward polycentricity, producing its winners and losers, and driving up the global and regional demand for governance, security, justice, and ethics. The book offers a perspective of key Russian experts in international affairs on these transformations. On the global level it touches upon the issues of global governance, state transformation, phenomenology of globalization, international security, and international political economy. On the regional level it deals with issues of economic integration, energy security, сyber security, nuclear proliferation viewed from a perspective of Pacific Asia, East Asia, Latin America, Middle East, Post-Soviet Area. Andrey Baykov is Dean in the School of Government and International Affairs at MGIMO, Russia's premier school of international relations. Dr. Baykov is the author of one monograph, 41 scientific papers, 29 publications in journals included in Scopus; co-author of three monographs, more than 10 textbooks and study guides, scientific editor of more than five scientific research papers. Tatiana Shakleina is a well-known specialist in international studies, American and Russian foreign policy, and Russian-American relations. For a long time she worked in a prestigious and well-known think-tank - the Institute of the USA and Canada Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, where she was the Head of the Department of Foreign Policy Studies.--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Part I: Characteristics of The Global World -- Chapter 1: Megatrends and Global Problems: Constants and Innovations in the Subject Area. Chapter 2: The Global Order in the 21st Century: Consolidating Polycentricity -- Chapter 3: Global Governance of the Polycentric World: Actors, Architecture, Hierarchy of Issue Areas -- Chapter 4: International Environment Security Evolution in the Context of the Renaissance in Inter-Power Rivalry -- Chapter 5: The Phenomenology of Globalization -- Chapter 6: International Scientific and Technological Relations -- Chapter 7: The Political Economy of Global Development -- Part II: Key International and Political Issues and Processes -- Chapter 8: International Integration in Theoretical Discourse -- Chapter 9: Contemporary Conflicts: Typology and Characteristics -- Chapter 10: The Emergence of a Global Labor Market and its International and Political Implications -- Chapter 11: The Digital Transformation of National Economies -- Chapter 12: Nuclear Deterrence in Contemporary World Politics -- Chapter 13: Digital Revolution and New Digital Markets: Competing Technology Platforms -- Chapter 14: Global Energy Trends -- Chapter 15: Diffusion of Environmental Norms as a Global Phenomenon -- Chapter 16: Political Implications of Global Higher Education Sector -- Part III: Great Powers and the Structuring of Regional Spaces -- Chapter 17: Reconfiguring Global Space: Great Powers and Their Regional Subsystems -- Chapter 18: The Institutionalization of Regional Centers in Europe and the Asia-Pacifc -- Chapter 19: Leading Centers of Power and Regional Dynamics in East Asia -- Chapter 20: The Evolution of the Latin American Subsystem in International Relations -- Chapter 21: The Features of the Institute Of Statehood in the Middle East -- Chapter 22: The Role of Global and Regional Powers in the Regulation of Regional Crises -- Chapter 23: International Relations in the Post-Soviet Space -- Chapter 24: Communication Spaces in the System of Interstate Conflicts
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (XV, 659 pages), 10 illustrations
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
electronic
Isbn
9789811953743

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