The emergence of Minilateralism in the Indo-Pacific

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  • Dnyanashri Kulkarni O. P. Jindal Global University

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https://doi.org/10.54945/jjia.v1i6.59

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From the League of Nations in the aftermath of World War I to the formation of the United Nations and several other multilateral frameworks in the post-World War II period, these forums introduced new dawn for global governance and ensuring cooperation among nations. International cooperation flourished as states employed multilateral architectures to meet the rising global problems. One of the key achievements of these multilateral forums has been the globalisation and development of international economic cooperation. However, more recently, the changing power dynamics at the regional and global levels have impacted the functioning of multilateral institutions

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Author Biography

Dnyanashri Kulkarni, O. P. Jindal Global University

Dnyanashri Kulkarni is an independent researcher with interest in the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. She has pursued her bachelors in French Literature from Mumbai University and has completed her postgraduation in International Relations from the Jindal School of International Affairs.

Published

2022-06-01

How to Cite

Kulkarni, D. (2022). The emergence of Minilateralism in the Indo-Pacific. Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 10(1), 51–57. https://doi.org/10.54945/jjia.v1i6.59

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