Author: Lucyna Czechowska
Institution: Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
Year of publication: 2017
Source: Show
Pages: 7–22
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/athena.2017.54.01
PDF: apsp/54/apsp5401.pdf

Artykuł skoncentrowany jest wokół analizy fenomenu roli międzynarodowej, jaką osiągnęła we współczesnej Azji Wschodniej Nowa Zelandia. Opierając się na modelu PIPP, oszacowuję poszczególne elementy składające się na rolę międzynarodową (potęgę, wpływ, obecność i działalność międzynarodową) wszystkich Partnerów Dialogowych ASEAN – centralnej organizacji regionalnej w tej części świata. Następnie przy pomocy analizy strategicznych narracji weryfikuję hipotezę upatrującą przyczynę sukcesu Nowej Zelandii w jej niezmiennej od dekad dobrej reputacji.

LITTLE STRONGMAN: NEW ZEALAND AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ROLE GAINED BY THE GOOD REPUTATION

The article is focused on the analysis of the phenomenon of international role gained by New Zealand in contemporary East Asia. Using the PIPP model, I estimated each element of the international role (power, influence, presence, and performance) of all Dialogue Partners of ASEAN – the central regional organization in this part of the world. Then, with the help of strategic narratives analysis, I verified the hypothesis perceiving the reason for the success of New Zealand in its unchanged for decades good reputation.

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