There have been some very good contributions in the past days on how the revolutions and events in North Africa and the Middle East have affected, in the large sense of the term, other states.
To start with, have a look at this podcast with ECFR senior fellow Francois Godement on China and the Arab revolutions (in French) and at this article from World Politics Review on what the situation in Libya means for India, currently a non-permanent member of the Security Council.
Scholars and commentators have been paying a lot of attention to Turkey since the reformulation of its foreign policy under Ahmed Davutoglu. This article from Foreign Policy is a good introduction to the Turkish “zero-problem” approach which this former professor of international relations has coined during his mandate. For those of you who have access to Survival, a review published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies, there was an interesting article in the April-May 2010 issue of this publication with the title “Turkey’s New Geopolitics”. For those who haven’t, you can still access this map on Turkey’s soft power in the region. Since the beginning of the Arabian wave of revolutions, Turkey has been cited as a possible “role model” for those countries. You can find a quite insightful discussion of this issue in an article from the European Union Institute for Security Studies as well as in this post on the Middle East Channel blog of the Foreign Policy website. More on this to follow.