This book aims to explore and contextualize G20 rising powers' increasing role in international development from a comprehensive and multidimensional perspective. This book will scrutinize the G20 rising powers' evolving role as international development actors around three research questions: 1) How do we contextualize and locate G20 rising powers as emerging actors in international development? 2) What are the main contributions, trends and limits of G20 rising powers in South-South Cooperation? 3) Does G20 rising powers' active involvement in international development support their foreign policy objectives and challenge the international development order? Based on these three, interrelated research questions, this cluster of chapters is structured as follows: The first part, elaborated under the first research question, focuses on the historical development and current dynamics of (G20) rising powers' evolving actorness in international development to assess their main motivations, ambitions and instruments. The second part examines the main contributions, trends and limits of G20 rising powers in South-South Cooperation. The third part delves into an assessment of the linkage between G20 rising powers' active involvement in international development and their foreign policies.
Emel Parlar Dal is Professor at Marmara University's Department of International Relations. Her recent publications have appeared in Third World Quarterly (SSCI), Global Policy (SSCI), Contemporary Politics, International Politics (SSCI), Turkish Studies (SSCI), and International Journal. She has been awarded the Jean Monnet Chair on the EU and Rising Powers in the Evolving Multilateralism for 2020-2023, alongside an EU grant for her Jean Monnet Center of Excellence project on the EU's sustainability in Global Governance (2022-2025). During 2020-2022 she received research grants respectively from the Academy of Korean Studies (2020-2022) and NATO Public Diplomacy Division (2020-2021).
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G20 Rising Powers in the Changing International Development Landscape