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East Asia Countries Strategies for Transforming Global Governance

Student: Hyein Ro

Supervisor: Oleg Nikolaevich Barabanov

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations: European and Asian Studies (Master)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2019

When a country is unable to adequately respond to such global problems, the so-called “global governance” emerges, with which the international community carries out its settlement activities. Although there is no single definition of global governance yet, new changes are emerging at the international level, in other words, the growth of transnational problems, the emergence of new non-state actors, and the authority and ability to solve global problems, and this is the concept according to which authority and ability to solve global problems are distributed between the various participants in the “global policy”. In this thesis, we will look at changes in the theory and system of global governance, and consider the direction of development of the G20 in connection with the reorganization of the system of global governance. Finally, since East Asia maximizes its national interests in all global governance and in every problem area, at the same time, we will explore diplomatic strategies that can contribute to global profits.

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