The Center for Emerging Powers and Transnational Trends fosters cutting edge research on the causes and consequences of emerging powers and the global trends that arise as a result. The emergence of major non-Western powers is a defining feature of recent decades that has significant implications for the international system in the twenty-first century. The Center examines the impact of emerging powers such as China, Russia, India, Brazil and Indonesia across a wide range of issues such as global governance, international stability, foreign policy, and energy security. It also analyzes transnational issues such as climate change, migration and disease that emerging powers help promote, and study trends common to emerging powers such as democratization, the demands of a growing middle class, participatory budgeting and migration.
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Center for Emerging Powers and Transnational Trends
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