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Global Swing States: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey, and the Future of International Order

Global Swing States: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey, and the Future of International Order

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This policy paper argues that U.S. decisions today will influence whether Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Turkey contribute to the global order tomorrow.
This policy paper argues that U.S. decisions today will influence whether Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Turkey contribute to the global order tomorrow.

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Published by: German Marshall Fund of the United States on Jan 25, 2013
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november
2012
Glal Swig Stats
Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey and the Future of International Order 
By Daniel M. Kliman and Richard Fontaine
 
Cover Image
Photo illustration by Liz Fontaine, Center for a New American Security.
About this report
 This report is part o an ongoing project undertaken by the Center or a New American Security (CNAS) and the GermanMarshall Fund o the United States (GMF). The project examines how the United States and its European allies can partnermore closely with Brazil, India, Indonesia and Turkey to strengthen the international order.
Acknowledgements
 The authors would like to thank our colleagues at CNAS and GMF or their support o the project. We are above all grate-ul to Kristin Lord or her extensive guidance on this report and to Matt Irvine and Sharon Stirling-Woolsey or their diversecontributions. We are thankul to Will Rogers, Shawn Brimley, Oriana Mastro, Mikeal Staier, David Forman, Nancy Brune,Nora Bensahel, David Barno, Dan Twining, Dhruva Jaishankar, Andrew Small and Emiliano Alessandri or providing criti-cal eedback on initial drats. J. Dana Stuster, Chris Whyte, Guilherme Annunciacao, Daaman Thandi, David Morrison andJonathan Condra all provided research and editorial assistance. We are grateul to Ozgur Unluhisarcikli and his sta inAnkara or arranging research interviews in Turkey and to Patrick Cronin or his help arranging meetings in Indonesia. Weare indebted to Kay King, Sara Conneighton, Liz Fontaine, Will Bohlen, Anne McGinn and Christine Chumbler or their mediaand publication expertise. We are grateul to GMF’s ofces in Europe or hosting release events or this report and to DodieJones or her help with congressional outreach.We also want to thank the individuals who provided external eedback on earlier report drats: Mark Lagon, Ted Piccone,Holly Morrow, Joshua Walker, Walter Lohman, Bruce Jentleson, Mort Halperin and Kellie Meiman Hock, who also helped toarrange meetings in Brazil. We want to express our thanks to Jennier Hillman, Megan Garcia, Joseph Quinlan, Ted Picconeand James Kraska, who made intellectual contributions to the project through their papers. We extend appreciation toJoão Marques de Almeida, who hosted a roundtable or the project in Brussels and to Hazelia Margaretha, who organizeda orum or the authors in Jakarta. Lastly, we want to express our sincere thanks to the many individuals who participatedin the project’s six working group meetings and to the dozens o Brazilians, Indians, Turks and Indonesians who generouslyshared their perspectives with the authors. This report was made possible through the generous support o the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Swedish Ministry o Foreign Aairs and the GE Foundation. The authors are solely responsible or the views expressed herein.
 
G Sg Stts
Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey and the Future of International Order 
B Daie M. Kima ad Ricard Fotaie
NOVEMBER
2012Appedi C: Idia Recommedatios 39Appedi D: Idoesia Recommedatios 40Appedi E: Trke Recommedatios 41
Table o ConTenTS
I. Eective Smmar 5II. Itrodctio 7III. Te Goba Order 8IV. Promisig Parters 13V. Mappig te Goba Sig States 17VI. Terms o Egagemet 28VII. Cocsio 34Appedi A: Geera Recommedatios 37Appedi B: Brai Recommedatios 38

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