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Jurnal Hubungan Internasional

ISSN 1411-9729

Vol. 8 / No. 1 / Published : 2015-06

Order : 2, and page :15 - 30

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Original Article :

Keberhasilan emerging market koalisi negara berkembang wto memblokir joint-proposal asue ktm cancun 2003

Author :

  1. Nur Inna Alifiyah*1
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik

Abstract :

Article aim is the success of the G20 in blocking the joint USA-UE proposal on Ministerial Conference V WTO Cancun, Mexico 2003. The background of this paper is based on the fact that developing countries always tend to loose in every WTO negotiations, especially those related to the implementation of Agreement on Agriculture (AoA). Learned from the fault experience, the developing countries started a more effective coalition accommodated their disregarded interest. Using the concept of coalition and emerging markets as an explanatory framework examine this paper. Coalition, according to Narlikar (2005) is an instrument that will improve the bargaining position of developing countries in the negotiations. The success of coalition (G20) in blocking the joint proposal of USA-EU during Ministerial Conference V WTO Cancun, Mexico 2003 was supported by the existence of emerging markets.

Keyword :

Agreement on Agricluture, Coalition (G20), Emerging markets, WTO,


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