MIKTA, Middle Powers, and New Dynamics of Global Governance: by J. Mo, Mo Jongryn

By J. Mo, Mo Jongryn

This quantity is the results of a 2013 convention held by way of the Asan Institute for coverage reviews (South Korea) at the 'middle energy' nations of Mexico, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Turkey and Australia (MIKTA). specialists and policymakers mentioned how contributors of the MIKTA can paintings to boost worldwide governance in rising international factor components.

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Much like Korea’s hosting of the November 2010 Seoul G20, Canada made strategic use of its position as host of the June 2010 Toronto G8 summit to play a significant policy entrepreneurial role. Canada’s policy entrepreneurialism has unfolded in the policy dimension of health care and more precisely Child and Maternal Health, through the development of the Muskoka Initiative. The Muskoka Initiative focuses on core priorities to bolster child and maternal health in developing countries and seeks to compliment the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Nytimes. all=true. 0005 3 G20 Middle Powers and Initiatives on Development Andrew F. Cooper Abstract: This chapter addresses how the category of middle powers (MPs) can potentially utilize the opportunity for leadership through the MIKTA initiative. What distinguishes MPs from both big and small states is the functional focus on issue-specific niche efforts. As potential “bridges” in the global governance architecture within the context of the G20, non-traditional MPs have special capacity for leveraging their specific diplomatic attributes.

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