By T. V. Paul
Emerging powers resembling Brazil, China, India, Russia, and Turkey are more and more claiming heightened profiles in foreign politics. even though differing in different respects, emerging states have a robust wish for popularity and recognize. This pioneering quantity on prestige positive aspects contributions that strengthen propositions on prestige issues and illustrate them with case reviews and mixture info research. 4 situations are tested extensive: the U.S. (how it contains emerging powers via hierarchy), Russia (the impression of prestige issues on its international policy), China (how Beijing signs its prestige aspirations), and India (which has lengthy sought significant strength status). The authors learn prestige from numerous theoretical views and take on questions resembling: How do states sign their prestige claims? How are such signs perceived by way of the prime states? Will those prestige issues result in clash, or is peaceable adjustment attainable?
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How are such signals likely to be perceived? What conditions lead to misperception of a state's status claims? These questions are addressed in chapters grouped according to four key issues: the politics of admission into the great-power club; status signaling and perception; the role of institutions; and a critical debate on status as opposed to structure and authority. 20 Larson, Paul, and Wohlforth Admissio11 imo rhe Great-Power Club A major issue the international community will face over the next decade is how to accommodate new claimants to great-power status.
But sta tus has characteristics that distinguish it from the specific interests it enhances. It is sticky: once a state obtains a certain status along with the accompanying privileges, it retains a presumptive right to that status which can outlast the initial conditions that gave rise to it. And, status is fungible. As interests change, status retains its utility in serving new inter ests. Hence, states' desire for status cannot be reduced to the interests that may animate them. Research Questions and Principal Findings The richness of the concept of status is manifest in the variety of the oretical approaches employed by the contributors - social psychology, social constructivism, rational choice theory, liberal institutionalism, and realism.
Status markers vary with cultural context and historical era. In other words, the means by which states show their deference to others depends on the prevailing international culture and practices. In particular, Iver Neumann reports that in the eighteenth century, dynastic marriages and being a guarantor of an international treaty were indicators of great-power status. In the nineteenth century, it was membership in the European Concert. Today, status markers include being a permanent member in the UNSC or a member of the GS.