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Call For Papers for the Journal of Rising Powers
“There will be no bloc of ‘emerging economies’ rising up to challenge the Western order. But what comes next may be more chaotic and dangerous.” ~ Suzanne Nossel, July 6, 2016 Foreign Policy
Modern Diplomacy is pleased to announce a call for papers for the Journal of Rising Powers, a new analytical magazine dedicated to assessing the contemporary chaos that is the ebb and flow of tension when Big Powers inevitably comingle with Rising Powers on the global stage.
|Daniel N. Abramson||Michael Akerib||Alexander Athos||Dr Nadya Ali|
||Fatih Birol||Mark Malloch Brown||Rahul Bhonsle|
|H.E. John Bruton||Anatolii Baronin||Dr. Anna Cornelia Beyer||Jan-Willem Blankert|
Elias Youssef Bejjani
|Jasna Čošabić, PhD||Amb. Prof. Dumitru Chican||Philippe Cayla||H.E. Joaquim Chissano|
|Victor Chauvet||Harrison Lanigan-Coyte|
|Sande Dodevski||Prof. Barry Desker||Prof. Igor Dirgantara||H.E. Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung|
|Jamil Maidan Flores|
|Prof. Anil Gupta||Ulrike Guérot||Jacqueline McGlade||Gagliano Giuseppe|
|Dr. Hubertus Hoffmann||Pia Hansson||Judith Hoevenaars||Eva Kjer Hansen|
|Hans-Olaf Henkel||Deborah Hardoon|
|Hussein Ibish, PhD|
|Prof. Mei Junjie||H.E. Donald J. Johnston||Rikard Jozwiak|
|Dr. Andrey Kortunov||H.E. Yoon Young-Kwan||Yana Korobko|
|Ilias I. Kouskouvelis||Dmitry Kalinichenko
||Kester Kenn Klomegah||Dr. Muhammad Aslam Khan|
|Andrii Kolpakov||Peggy Kapellou||Maria Kyriacopoulou||Foteini Kalantzi|
|Pascal Lamy||Barry Lynn||Oskar Lafontaine|
|H.E. Mr. Pham Binh Minh||H.E. Louis Michel||Kishore Mahbubani|
|Eleonora Milazzo||Sir John Monks||Attila Marjan||Ioannis Mantzikos|
|Dr.Prem Misir||Nina Matijašević||Ioannis Michaletos||Seumas Milne|
|Ousainou Ngum||Lars Nicander||Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya|
|Sir Geoffrey Owen|
|Vicky Pryce||Boštjan Ploštajner|
|H.E. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts||Prof. Stephen Roach|
|Ndongo Samba Sylla||H.E. Mr. Truong Tan Sang||Peny Sotiropoulou||Dr. Mansour Salsabili|
|Ajmal Sohail||Prof. Simon Serfaty||Prof. Jiang Shixue||Diego Solis|
|Matt Smith||Helena Smith|
|Derek Tonkin||Dr. Edward Tse||Moshe Terdiman|
|Haiyan Wang||Nick Witney||Rene Wadlow||Prof. Zhang Weiwei|
|Francesco Brunello Zanitti||Dr. Valbona Zeneli|
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