|Other titles||Regionalism & world order.|
|Statement||edited by Andrew Gamble and Anthony Payne.|
|Contributions||Gamble, Andrew., Payne, Anthony, 1952-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
This book makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of the development and significance of regionalism in contemporary world politics. 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 Aug , under 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 those 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 .