Hannes Ebert / Nicolas Blarel

Power, Territory and Learning: Explaining Pakistan’s Persistent Contestation

Chapter in edited Volume | 2018


  • Published in

    Regional Powers and Contested Leadership

    Editor(s)

    Hannes Ebert

    Daniel Flemes

    Publisher

    Palgrave Macmillan

    Pages

    247-272

    ISBN

    978-3-319-73690-7

    978-3-319-73691-4

    Location

    Cham


    Ass. Prof. Dr. Nicolas Blarel


    Research Project | 01/01/2012 - 01/12/2016

    Contested World Orders

    The project involves the analysis of the evolution of world order, its underlying normative differences and conflicts as well as the question of the legitimacy of international authority. The participating Leibniz Institutes (WZB, HSFK and GIGA) use a common analytical framework to investigate forms of political authority beyond the nation state, its politicization on the part of the "rising powers" and non-state actors, as well as associated implications for peacefulness of world order.
    Leibniz Association, 2012-2016

    Prof. Dr. Anja Jetschke

    Dr. Martin Binder

    Prof. Dr. Liesbeth Hooghe

    Prof. Dr. Gary Marks

    Prof. Dr. Harald Müller

    Prof. Dr. Jonas Tallberg

    Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Wolf

    Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn

    Research Project | 01/01/2008 - 01/12/2018

    Regional Powers Network

    How is the rise of actors such as Brazil, China, India or South Africa influencing regional and global power shifts? This question is at the heart if the regional Powers Network, coordinated by the GIGA. The network consists of leading European and Non-European research institutions. The participating researchers have analysed emergent regional powers across policy fields and regions – particularly in Asia, but also in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East.
    Leibniz Association, Fritz Thyssen Foundation, GIGA, 2008-2018

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