The Upgrade of the EU in the UN and the Changing Nature of Multilateralism

Van Langenhove, Luk, (2011). The Upgrade of the EU in the UN and the Changing Nature of Multilateralism. Community Posts, 1-2

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    Author Van Langenhove, Luk
    Title The Upgrade of the EU in the UN and the Changing Nature of Multilateralism
    Appearing in Community Posts
    Publication Date 2011-05-13
    Place of Publication Bruges
    Publisher UNU-CRIS
    Start page 1
    End page 2
    Language EN
    Abstract Two major developments are currently transforming the multilateral system. The first is the trend towards multipolarity as expressed by the raising number of states that act as key players. There have been times where only a few or even one player dominated the geopolitical game. But today several states seem to become dominant players as global or regional actors. The (voting) behaviour of the BRICS in the UN and their presence in the G20 illustrates this trend. The second development is that meanwhile new types of actors are changing the nature of the playing multilateral field. Regions with statehood properties are increasingly present in the area of international relations.
    UNBIS Thesaurus GOVERNANCE
    DECISION-MAKING
    REGIONAL COOPERATION
    GEOPOLITICS
    EUROPE
    Copyright Holder The Author
    Copyright Year 2011
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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