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Andrew Hart, Bruce Jones (Translation ed. by: Marina Larionova 1)
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How do the Rising Powers Rise?

2011. Vol. 6. No. 2. P. 11–25 [issue contents]

Hart A.F., Research Associate at the NYU Center on International Cooperation;E-mail: andrew.hart @ nyu.edu

Jones B.D., Director and Senior Fellow of the NYU Center on International Cooperation, and SeniorFellow and Director of the Managing Global Insecurity Initiative at the Brookings Institution;E-mail: bruce.jones@nyu.edu

The paper analyses the rise of the emerging powers. It’s emphasized that currently there is no commonlyaccepted definition of emerging power and some of them substantially differ in a range of aspects.Russia, for instance, is the seeming outlier of the BRICs group. The authors attempt to elaborate amethodological basis for emerging powers’ research and analyze their influence on the United Statesperforming leadership functions in the international system and shaping a revised world order.

Citation: Hart Andrew , Jones Bruce (2011) Kak ukreplyayutsya rastushchie derzhavy? [How do the Rising Powers Rise?] INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS RESEARCH JOURNAL, 2, pp. 11-25 (in Russian)
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