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赵斌   社会科学文献出版社  2019-09 出版
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作者对全球气候政治中的新兴大国群体化这一国际关系和世界政治新现象从结构、进程与机制三个维度进行了综合分析,提出新兴大国参与全球气候政治,是探寻气候变化应对这一集体行动难题化解之道的可贵尝试,有望重塑全球气候治理,争取全球气候公平正义,推动全球气候制度变迁。探究新兴大国气候政治群体化,在发展中国家阵营团结的维持、崛起中的中国与全球治理之间的相互关系、战略空间拓展上的选择困境等方面,对中国国家战略与外交政策具有重要启示。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 绪论 全球气候政治与新兴大国崛起
    1. 第一节 气候变化与新兴大国:新议题+新行为体
    2. 第二节 新兴大国气候政治研究新进展:理论与实践
    3. 第三节 核心概念与分析框架
  • 第一章 新兴大国气候政治群体化的结构分析
    1. 第一节 全球气候政治的参与主体
    2. 第二节 全球气候政治的核心议题
    3. 第三节 全球气候政治的制度结构
    4. 小结
  • 第二章 新兴大国气候政治群体化的进程分析
    1. 第一节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的背景(1992~2018)
    2. 第二节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的演进
    3. 第三节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的特点
    4. 第四节 新兴大国气候政治群体化进程中的分歧
    5. 小结
  • 第三章 新兴大国气候政治群体化的内生机制分析
    1. 第一节 双层互动与新兴大国身份
    2. 第二节 新兴大国气候政治变化
    3. 第三节 新兴大国气候政治变化的动因分析
    4. 第四节 新兴大国在全球气候政治群体化中的身份选择
    5. 小结
  • 第四章 新兴大国气候政治群体化的外部机制分析
    1. 第一节 伞形国家与新兴大国的气候政治互动:权力之争
    2. 第二节 欧盟与新兴大国的气候政治互动:利益共容
    3. 第三节 其他发展中国家与新兴大国的气候政治互动:南南合作
    4. 小结
  • 第五章 新兴大国气候政治群体化的意义和前景
    1. 第一节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的国际政治意义
    2. 第二节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的上升困境
    3. 第三节 新兴大国气候政治群体化的前景展望
    4. 第四节 新兴大国气候合作与中国气候外交:进一步的研究方向
  • 后记
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