We assume that the ideas, interests and strategies of regional powers are highly significant variables, with the power to influence foreign policy. Yet while comparative research projects involving OECD-countries are fairly common, comparative research integrating developing regions is still rare, despite the fact that these countries are among the key actors of the twenty-first century. This collection emphasizes the role of regional powers in intra-regional, interregional and global contexts, analyzing the rise of regional powers from a comparative perspective. In so doing, the book explains how these powers have power to shape regional and global politics.African Business. 2005. South Africa Footloose and FDI free, May. Africom. 2008. United States Africa Command. Questions ... Alden, Chris and Soko, Mills. 2005. South Africaa#39;s Economic Relations with Africa: Hegemony and its Discontents.
|Title||:||Regional Leadership in the Global System|
|Author||:||Dr Daniel Flemes|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-03-28|