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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regionalism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Andrew Gamble and Anthony Payne.
    ContributionsGamble, Andrew., Payne, Anthony, 1952-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1395 .R375 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 282 p. ;
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL815543M
    ISBN 100312159870, 0312159889
    LC Control Number95053125


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Regionalism and World Order offers essays on the growth and dynamics of political and economic regionalism in Europe, the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Japan and East Asia.

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The breadth of its scope, so often a problem with edited texts, is a positive asset in this case. In spite of these changes, most existing analyses of current changes in the world order still rely upon Western-centered approaches, and Westphalian thinking.

Against this backdrop, the book proposes to advance a truly global IR understanding of the post-hegemonic world, and weaves together the pluralist and multi-disciplinary perspectives of.

Theories of New Regionalism represents the first systematic attempt to bring together leading theories of new regionalism. Major theorists from around the world develop their own distinctive theoretical perspectives, spanning new regionalism & world order approaches along with regional governance, liberal institutionalism & neoclassical development regionalism, to regional security complex.

Introduction: the political economy of regionalism and world order / Anthony Payne and Andrew Gamble --The European Union, and the fear of "Fortress Europe" / Stephen George --Eastern Europe in transition into the New Europe / Ian Kearns --The United States and its enterprise for the Americas / Anthony Payne --Latin America and the.

Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order Book Description: The book critically analyzes the ongoing changes in the regional, intra-regional, and global dynamics of cooperation, from a multi-disciplinary and pluralist perspective.

Books shelved as regionalism: Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development by Mark Beeson, A World of Regions. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Regionalism and world order by Andrew Gamble, Anthony Payne,St.

Martin's Press edition, in EnglishCited by: The past five years have witnessed a resurgence of regionalism in world politics.

Old regionalist organizations have been revived, new organizations formed, and regionalism and the call for strengthened regionalist arrangements have been central to many of the debates about the nature of the post-Cold War international order.

“The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another,” Kissinger explained in an excerpt from his book World Orderthat appeared on Augunder the headline “Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New.

Regionalism and World Order Many regionalists contend that regions have become critical to contemporary word politics. As Peter Katzenstein points out, “this view is in stark contrast to Regionalism and world order book Author: Fredrik Söderbaum. This book brings together the many different institutions and ideas to be found under the label of 'regionalism'; it places the revival of regionalism in a broader historical perspective; it asks whether there are common factors behind the revival of regionalism in so many different parts of the world; and it analyzes the cumulative impact of different brands of regionalism on international order.

As I have argued in my book, The End of American World Order, whether the United States is declining as the world’s No. 1 power or not is a matter of much debate, although this has less to. The past five years have witnessed a resurgence of regionalism in world politics.

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Abstract. This chapter seeks to assess the actual and potential contributions of regionalism to the achievement of such widely affirmed world order values as peace, social justice, human rights, democracy (Falk, a).Cited by: 7.

The past five years have witnessed a resurgence of regionalism in world politics. Old regionalist organizations have been revived, new organizations formed, and regionalism and the call for strengthened regionalist arrangements have been central to many of the debates about the nature of the post-Cold War international order.

This book brings together the many different institutions and ideas Reviews: 1. Regionalism and World Order assesses the origins, significance and likely evolution of the trend towards regionalism within the world order.

It analyses how states have been responding to the end of US hegemony and assesses the extent to which new regional blocs are emerging and their nature. The new realism differs from Cold War neorealism by including a broad range of non-state forces, peoples' and social movements, that challenge the exclusive dominance of states and the global economy in the making of future world order.

The resurgence of civilisations brings a variety ofBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. The New regionalism is taking shape in a multipolar world order. The new regionalism and multi-polarity are, in fact, two sides of the same coin. The new is a more spontaneous process from within the regions, where the constituent states now experience the need for cooperation in order to tackle new global challenges.

"The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another," Kissinger explained in an excerpt from his book World Order that appeared on Augunder the headline "Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World.

Against the backdrop of the global economic crisis, which has invariably weakened Europe and its integration model, the book examines the pace of integration in Africa, Asia and South America, highlighting the opportunities and challenges that the new global order poses to Author: Lorenzo Fioramonti.

Book Chapter Regionalism and World Order After the Cold War. Book Chapter. Actions. Copy Citation. Author. Richard A. Falk. Part of Book. Globalism and the New Regionalism. Details. Region. World. Context. Keywords. International relations Post-communism Regional economics Security, International World politics.

Subregionalism and World Order brings together the work of a diverse range of area specialists in its treatment of sub-regional cooperation schemes. Sub-regional projects covered include the Central European Free Trade Area, the Black Sea Economic Scheme, Ecowas in Pages: Book Globalism and the New Regionalism.

This is the first of five volumes reporting on the UNU-WIDER study on New Regionalism. It deals with the conceptions and meanings of two processes which probably will have a crucial influence on the shape of the 'new world order' - globalization and regionalization.

Renegotiating the World Order is a theoretically innovative and empirically impressive book on an important topic.' Robert O. Keohane - Princeton University, New Jersey ‘Why is it that some international institutional arrangements respond in flexible ways to changes in Cited by: 8.

The book clarifies the distinction between ‘the intellectual history’ and ‘the real world history’ of regionalism (p). In addition, the author interrogates theoretical approaches to the study of regions and regionalism, which are broadly divided into two competing schools.

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conceptual entry into the problem of world order. It argues that with new regionalism, the predominant concept of regionalism inherent in the social order of ‘embedded liberalism’ is changing.

With a regionalised world basically prevailing, it is the logic and content. Regionalism in Theoretical Perspective / Andrew Hurrell 4. Regionalism, Globalization, and World Economic Order / Andrew Wyatt-Walter 5.

The Growth of Regional Organizations and the Role of the United Nations / Alan K. Henrikson 6. National Identity, and the Revival of Regionalism / James Mayall 7. Book Description: This book explores the phenomenon of regionalism.

In a seeming contradiction to globalization, there is a growing tendency for countries to enter into regional arrangements as a response to the pressures of operating in a global marketplace.

Regionalism definition, the principle or system of dividing a city, state, etc., into separate administrative regions. See more. Professor Timothy Colton's talk looks at how regionalism fit into the concept of world order.

While he agrees that the world is moving towards an increasingly multipolar system, he sees each 'pole' as representing regions rather than states. Each region in turn has each own benign hegemon. With different regions experiencing different degrees.

Global Order and the New Regionalism. have emerged that reopen and recast earlier debates about regionalism and its effects on global order. In four of the five issue areas, a single. The past five years have witnessed resurgence of regionalism in world politics.

Old regionalist organizations have been revived, new organizations formed, and regionalism and the call for strengthened regionalist arrangements have been central to many of the debates about the nature of the post-Cold War international order/5(7).

This paper addresses the changing interplay between regional and global governance, with reference to five possible scenarios in the future shift of the international system. A ‘new multilateralism’ represents the only possible global framework consistent with an expanding and pluridimensional regional governance system.

Furthermore, the weaknesses and contradictions of the alternative Author: Mario Telò. “The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. A different version of this article is scheduled to be a chapter in a book on "the new regionalism" and world order being prepared under the auspices of WtDER/UNU in Helsinki, Finland, a venture coordinated by Bjorn Hettne, Osvaldo Sunkel, and Andras lnotai.

Unlike old regionalism, which was oriented more toward interactions between states, new regionalism involved a variety of state and nonstate actors involved in a process of transformation of the world order. Thus, globalization affected new regionalism, which in turn participated in shaping globalization.

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