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Volume 89, Number 3, 1 May 2013

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Abstracts
pp. v-ix(5)

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Contributors
pp. iii

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Negotiating the rise of new powers
pp. 561-576(16)
Author: NARLIKAR, AMRITA

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Brazil as a bridge between old and new powers?
pp. 577-594(18)
Author: BURGES, SEAN W.

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India rising: responsible to whom?
pp. 595-614(20)
Author: NARLIKAR, AMRITA

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China and the global order: signalling threat or friendship?
pp. 615-634(20)
Author: BRESLIN, SHAUN

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The United States and rising powers in a post‐hegemonic global order
pp. 635-651(17)
Authors: VEZIRGIANNIDOU, SEVASTI‐ELENI

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Multinationals and NGOs amid a changing balance of power
pp. 695-710(16)
Author: McGUIRE, STEVEN

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Book reviews
pp. 731-791(61)

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Books reviewed May 2013
pp. 792-792(1)

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