Paper $45.00 ISBN: 9780745322629 Published October 2005 For Sale in All Americas and the Caribbean except Canada

Global Politics of Regionalism: Theory and Practice

Edited by Mary Farrell, Bjorn Hettne, and Luk Van Langenhove

Global Politics of Regionalism: Theory and Practice

Edited by Mary Farrell, Bjorn Hettne, and Luk Van Langenhove

Distributed for Pluto Press

336 pages | 5.90551 x 9.05512
Paper $45.00 ISBN: 9780745322629 Published October 2005 For Sale in All Americas and the Caribbean except Canada
Contents
Preface
List of Abbreviation

1. The Global Politics of Regionalism – An Introduction
Mary Farrell

PART 1 THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO REGIONALISM

2. Regionalism from an Historical Perspective
Louise Fawcett

3. The Regional Dimension in International Relations Theory
Andrew Hurrell

4. Regionalism – A Constitutional Framework for Global Challenges?
René Foqué and Jacques Steenbergen

5. Economic Theories of Regional Integration
Philippe De Lombaerde and Brigid Gavin

PART 2 KEY ISSUES IN REGIONAL COOPERATION

6. Exploring the Links Between Micro-Regionalism and Macro-Regionalism
Fredrik Söderbaum

7. Regional Dimensions of Security
Elzbieta Stadtmüller

8. Regional Monetary Cooperation and Integration
Ludo Cuyvers, Philippe De Lombaerde, Eric De Souza and David Fielding

9. Identity and Regional Integration
Nikki Slocum and Luk Van Langenhove

PART 3 MAPPING REGIONAL APPROACHES

10. The Global Politics of Regionalism – Asia and the Pacific
Helen Nesadurai

11. The Global Politics of Regionalism – Africa
Daniel Bach

12. The Middle East – Regional Instability and Fragmentation
Helena Lindholm Schulz and Michael Schulz

13. North America and the Americas: Integration among Unequal Partners
Robert Pastor

14. Regional Integration in Europe
Brigid Gavin

15. China – Towards Regional Actor and World Player
Tie Jun Zhang

16. Regionalism in the Indian Ocean Region
S.D. Muni

PART 4 CONCLUSION

17. Regionalism and World Order
Björn Hettne

Bibliography
Notes on Editors and Contributors
Index
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