Year 2019, Volume 9 , Issue 2, Pages 473 - 466 2019-12-31

BRICS, MIKTA, SCO ve IBSA: GELİŞEN KÜRESEL ÖRGÜTLER VE GRUPLAR  -Yeni Dünya Düzeni İçin Bir Paradigma Değişimi-
BRICS, MIKTA, SCO and IBSA: EMERGING GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS AND GROUPS -A Paradigm Shift for New World Order-

Md ISLAM [1]


Bu yazının ana argümanı, 21. yüzyılda ortaya çıkan küresel örgütlenmelerin portresini ve uluslararası politika alanındaki yeni bir dünya düzeni için nasıl bir paradigma yarattığını ortaya koymaktır. Çalışmada, gelişmekte olan küresel örgütleri tanımlamak için Çin, Hindistan, Rusya, Brezilya, Güney Afrika ve Türkiye gibi yükselen, büyük ve güçlü ülkelere dayanan dört küresel örgüt ve gruplar ele alınmıştır. BRICS, MIKTA, SCO ve IBSA kuruluşları önemine göre ve hatta bu kuruluşların üye ülkelerinin global düzlemdeki rollerine göre çalışmaya konu alınmıştır. Bu bağlamda, bu makalede, ilgili küresel organizasyonların yapıları, sistemleri ve etkileri ile uluslararası ilişkiler teorileri arasında bir bağlantı kurulmaya çalışılmaktadır. Daha sonra, Güney Asya bölgesinden Güney Doğu Asya bölgesine, Müslüman dünyadan Avrupa’ya yeni dünya düzeninde bu dört örgütün tarihsel arka planı ve bugünkü varlığı ele alınacaktır. Sonuç kısmında ise tek-kutuplu dünya sisteminden biyo-kutup dünyasının nasıl yaratıldığı gösterilerek “dünya beşten büyüktür” tezi kanıtlanacaktır. Genel olarak, bu çalışmada yeni küresel düzende yükselen küresel organizasyonların rolünün ne olduğu tanımlayıcı ve nitel metodoloji uygulanarak ele alınmıştır.

The main argument of this paper is to portrait the emerging global organizations in the 21st century. To explain the development of IOs, this paper seeks how EGOs/EGGs creates a paradigm shift for a new world order in the arena of international politics. To describe the emerging global organizations (EGOs), this paper articulated four global organizations and groups based on different rising & great powerful countries like China, India, Russia, Brazil, South Africa and Turkey. The four organizations including BRICS, MIKTA, SCO and IBSA that I select based on their importance, contributions and roles to the world. Nevertheless, this paper looks at the theories of international relations and whether the structures, systems and influences of emerging global organizations have relations with the IR theories. Later, it has been showed that how the historical background of these four organizations and their current existence demonstrates for new world order from South Asian region to South East Asian region, from Muslim world to Europe and ultimately; has been showed that it creates the bio-polar world from unipolar world system which again proves that ‘the world is greater than five’. Overall, the descriptive and qualitative methodology has been applied in this study to narrate the emerging global organization’s role for the new global order.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Md ISLAM (Primary Author)
Institution: YILDIRIM BEYAZIT ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : December 31, 2019

APA ISLAM, M . (2019). BRICS, MIKTA, SCO and IBSA: EMERGING GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS AND GROUPS -A Paradigm Shift for New World Order-. Adam Akademi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 9 (2) , 473-466 . DOI: 10.31679/adamakademi.508998