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Author Garcia, Megan

Title Global swing states and the non-proliferation order / Megan Garcia
Published Washington, DC : German Marshall Fund of the United States : Center for a New American Security, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (9 pages) : digital, PDF file
Series Global swing states working paper
Contents The non-proliferation and disarmament regime -- Testing the limits of the regime : India -- Blazing trails : Brazil -- Balancing regional and global relationships : Turkey -- Forging a regional leadership role : Indonesia -- Moving forward
Summary Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Turkey are now making critical decisions about how to orient themselves to increase their influence in world affairs. This is especially true regarding the intertwined issues of nuclear non-proliferation, nuclear disarmament, and nuclear energy -- issues of practical and symbolic importance to each of these four countries. There is currently a disconnect between the proliferation concerns of many Western countries and the more immediate concerns of these nations. Western countries have traditionally defined the terms of the nonproliferation and disarmament debate and driven the accompanying agenda. To move beyond this pattern, the model of engagement will have to shift
Notes "November 2012."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (CNAS, viewed November 29, 2012)
Subject International relations
Nuclear nonproliferation -- Government policy -- Brazil
Nuclear nonproliferation -- Government policy -- India
Nuclear nonproliferation -- Government policy -- Indonesia
Nuclear nonproliferation -- Government policy -- Turkey
International relations.
Nuclear nonproliferation -- Government policy.
Form Electronic book
Author Center for a New American Security
German Marshall Fund of the United States