Fri 21 May 2010, Financial Times

Rising powers do not want to play by the west's rules

By Philip Stephens
There are two ways of looking at the efforts of Turkey and Brazil to resolve the dispute about Iran's nuclear programme. One dismisses the initiative as collusion with Tehran's attempt to derail a fourth round of United Nations sanctions; another welcomes a recognition in Ankara and Brasilia that rising powers have a stake in sustaining a rules-based global order.

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