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European Union and New Regionalism [electronic resource]: Competing Regionalism and Global Governance in a Post-Hegemonic Era

edited by Mario Telò
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Farnham : Ashgate, 2014
Language
English
Series
The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series
ISBN
9781472434395, 1472434390, 9781472434364, 1472434366
Contents
  • Foreword: regionalism
  • a new paradigm?, George Joffe; Preface to t 3rd Edition; Introduction: globalization, new regionalism and the role of the European Union, Mario Telo; Part I Theoretical perspectives: Regional blocs, world order and the new medievalism, Andrew Gamble; The political economy of new regionalism and world governance, Pier Carlo Padoan; Cultural difference, regionalization and globalization, Thomas Meyer; Alternative models of regiona cooperation? The limits of regional institutionalization in East Asia, Richard Higgott; Interregionalism and world order: the diverging EU and US models, Bjorn Hettne and Frederik Ponjaert. Part II Comparative Analysis of Regional Groupings: between trade regionalization and various paths towards deeper cooperation, Mario Telo; NAFTA and United States regional trade policy, Christian Deblock; Competing Latin America regionalism in a changing world, Sebastian Santander; African regionalism and EU-African interregionalism, Frederik Soderbaum; Southeast Asian and European integration compared, Kjell A Eliassen and Agnes Arnadottir. Part III European Union as a New Civilian Power in the Making?: The European Union and the challenges of the near abroad, Mari Telo; The European Union, the eastern neighbourhood and Russia . Competing regionalisms, Stephan Keukeleire and Irina Petrova; Regionalism, the European Union and the Arab awakening, George Joffe; Europe: trading power, American hunting dog or the world's Scandinavia?, Goran Therborn. Part IV Reconsiderations: European Union, regionalism, new multilateralism: three scenarios, Mario Telo; Appendix; Bibliography; Index
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 405-463) and index.
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