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Mexico and Rising powers in international development

Mexico
  • Capital: Mexico City
  • Population: 112468855
  • Size: 1972550.0 Km2

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To be or not to be: has Mexico got what it takes to be an emerging power?
H.G. Bruera / South African Institute of International Affairs 2015
Mexico has the economic resources to be considered an emerging power, but it has shown little capacity or initiative to exercise its potential as a regional leader – either economically or politically. The current paper suggests...
The recalibration of middle powers under conditions of stress and opportunity
A. Cooper / South African Institute of International Affairs 2015
Today’s global environment puts pressure on the so-called middle-power countries to project their identity and national interests. The current paper shows that middle powers have chosen different approaches to reinforce their id...
Ageing in emerging markets: Emerging Markets Symposium
The Emerging Markets Symposium 2015
The rise of emerging markets in the last half century has been associated with violent shifts in the tectonic plates of demography, economics and geography. There will be larger shifts in the next half century as emerging markets are ...
Emerging powers in a changing world
Institute of International Relations, Greece 2014
The scope of this paper goes beyond Greece’s neighbourhood and examine different countries that are collectively called as ‘Rising Powers’. Selectively, the authors pick and examine the topics considered as the most ...
Understanding the Rising Powers' contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
J. Constantine; M. Pontual / Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
Rising powers such as Brazil, India and China have been criticised for being obstructive in the negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda. The start of the United Nations (UN) negotiations saw high expectations for the role of ...
Changing economic power in the world economy
M Agarwal / Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2008
Two features stand out in the development of the world economy in the past years: increasing integration and a major hiatus in the growth of the different economies from 1973-74. This paper analyses the implications of the rapid growt...
A fine balance: mapping cyber (in)security in Latin America
G. Diniz; R. Muggah / Igarape Institute 2012
Cyber-security is emerging as a dominant area of concern amongst many governments and civil societies across Latin America. Although the existence of cyberspace is already generating a massive evolution in all aspects of life, it is e...
Cyberspace & open empowerment in Latin America
Igarape Institute 2013
With some 40% of the population now online, connectivity is expanding in Latin America faster than in any other part of the world. Correspondingly, across Latin America, governments have been struggling to keep up with the pace and ra...
Changes in the neighborhood: reviewing citizen security cooperation in Latin America
R. Muggah; I.S.D. Carvalho / Igarape Institute 2014
The growth and transformation of transnational and local threats is inviting new ways of thinking about international cooperation for security in Latin America. In this sense, Latin American and Caribbean countries are experiencing a ...
Innovation, solidarity and South-South learning: the role of civil society from middle-income countries in effective development cooperation
A. Poskitt; A. Shankland 2014
Civil society organisations (CSOs) from middle-income countries can play multiple strategically important roles in effective development cooperation. Beyond demanding transparency and accountability around the aid that their own count...
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