Edited book

Globalising the regional: regionalising the global


Editors
Fawn Rick


Publisher
Cambridge University Press

Publication year
2009


Place of publication
Cambridge


Chapters
  • "Regions" and their study: where from, what for and where to?
    Fawn Rick pp.5-34
  • Regional hierarchy: authority and local international order
    Lake David A. pp.35-58
  • When security community meets balance of power: overlapping regional mechanisms of security governance
  • Between the revisionist state and the frontier state: regional variations in the state war-propensity
    Miller Benjamin pp.85-119
  • The resurgence of the "region" and "regional identity": theoretical perspectives and empirical observations on regional dynamics in Europe
    Paasi Anssi pp.121-146
  • The contradictions of regionalism in North America
  • Latin America: contrasting motivations for regional projects
    Tussie Diana pp.169-188
  • The Southern African security order: regional economic integration and security among developing states
    Hentz James J. pp.189-213
  • East Asian regionalism: much ado about nothing?
    Ravenhill John pp.215-235
  • The Commonwealth of Independent States: an example of failed regionalism?
    Kubicek Paul pp.237-256

Loan status
Available for loan

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