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Comparative regionalism

Author: Lawson, Fred H. Series: Library of essays in international relations Publisher: Ashgate, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 567 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780754628361Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapter by Douglas Webber "Two funerals and a wedding? The ups and downs of regionalism in East Asia and Asia-Pacific after the Asian crisis", p. 181-214
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapter by Douglas Webber "Two funerals and a wedding? The ups and downs of regionalism in East Asia and Asia-Pacific after the Asian crisis", p. 181-214

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Comparative Regionalism Contents Acknowledgements Series Preface Introduction PART I GENERAL 1 Joseph S. Nye (1968), 'Comparative Regional Integration: Concept and Measurement', International Organization, 22, pp. 855-80. 2 Andrew Hurrell (1995), `Explaining the Resurgence of Regionalism in World Politics', Review of International Studies, 21, pp. 331-58. 3 Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner (1999), 'The New Wave of Regionalism', International Organization, 53, pp. 589-627. PART II SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 4 Peter Robson (1985), `Regional Integration and the Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa', The Journal of Modern African Studies, 23, pp. 603-22. 5 Percy S. Mistry (2000), `Africa's Record of Regional Co-operation and Integration', African Affairs, 99, pp. 553-73. 6 Keith Gottschalk and Siegmar Schmidt (2004), 'The African Union and the New Partnership for Africa's Development: Strong Institutions for Weak States?', International Politics and Governance, 4, pp. 138-58. PART III EAST ASIA 7 .Jörn Dosch and Manfred Mols (1998), `Thirty Years of ASEAN: Achievements and Challenges', The Pacific Review, 11, pp. 167-82. 8 Douglas Webber (2001), `Two Funerals and a Wedding? The Ups and Downs of Regionalism in East Asia and Asia-Pacific alter the Asian Crisis', The Pacc Review, 14, pp. 339-72. 9 Richard Stubbs (2002), 'ASEAN Plus Three: Emerging East Asian Regionalism?', Asian Survey, 42, pp. 440-55. 10 John Ravenhill (2002), 'A Three Bloc World? The New East Asian Regionalism', International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2, pp. 167-95. I l Dirk Nabers (2003), 'The Social Construction of International Institutions: The Case of ASEAN+3', International Relations of the Asia-Pacc, 3, pp. 113-36. 165 3 29 57 vii ix xi 99 119 141 181 215 231 261 PART IV LATIN AMERICA 12 Jeffrey Cason (2000), 'On the Road to Southem Cone Economic Integration', Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs, 42, pp. 23-42. 13 Nicola Phillips (2001), 'Regionalist Govemance in the New Political Economy of Development: "Relaunching" the Mercosur', Third World Quarterly, 22, pp. 565-83. 14 Karl Kaltenthaler and Frank O. Mora (2002), 'Explaining Latin American Economic Integration: The Case of Mercosur', Review of International Political Economy, 9, pp. 72-97. PART V MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA 15 Ahmed Aghrout and Keith Sutton (1990), 'Regional Economic Union in the Maghreb', Journal of Modern African Studies, 28, pp. 115-39. 16 Fred H. Lawson (1999), `Theories of Integration in a New Context: The Gulf Cooperation Council', in Kenneth P. Thomas and Mary Ann Tetreault (eds), Racing to Regionalize: Democracy, Capitalism, and Regional Political Economy, Boulder; CO: Lynne Rienner, pp. 7-31; 31a-d. PART VI CENTRAL EURASIA 17 Gregory Gleason (2001), 'Inter-State Cooperation in Central Asia from the CIS to the Shanghai Forum', Europe-Asia Studies, 53, pp. 1077-95. 18 Roy Allison (2004), `Regionalism, Regional Structures and Security Management in Central Asia', International Affairs, 80, pp. 463-83. PART VII WESTERN EUROPE 19 Andrew Moravcsik (1993), 'Preferences and Power in the European Community: A Liberal Intergovernmentalist Approach', Journal of Common Market Studies, 31, pp. 473-524. 457 20 Rey Koslowski (1999), 'A Constructivist Approach to Understanding the European Union as a Federal Polity', Journal of European Public Policy, 6, pp. 561-78. 509 21 George Tsebelis and Geoffrey Garrett (2001), 'The Institutional Foundations of Intergovemmentalism and Supranationalism in the European Union', International Organization, 55, pp. 357-90. 527 Name Index 561 413 433 355 287 307 327 381

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