December 18, 2012

International Order and Global Swing States

Source: The Washington Quarterly

The choices that four rising democracies—Brazil, India, Indonesia and Turkey—make will help determine the trajectory of the interlocking web of norms, institutions, rules, and relationships known as the global order. Global Swing States report co-authors Richard Fontaine and Daniel Kliman publish an article on the future of international order in the Winter 2013 edition of The Washington Quarterly. Click here to download the article.


  • Richard Fontaine

    Chief Executive Officer

    Richard Fontaine is the Chief Executive Officer of CNAS. He served as President of CNAS from 2012–19 and as Senior Fellow from 2009–12. Prior to CNAS, he was foreign policy ad...