2 edition of Geo-economic regionalism and world federation. found in the catalog.
Geo-economic regionalism and world federation.
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Let's look deeper into concept of regionalism and how it is connected with geopolitics. Regionalism as a concept emerged in 's, 's to describe events in the European continent, meaning the European Integration. From the very beginning, regionalism was something good because it contributed to cooperation between states. 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/5(1).
Like many other pundits, David Frum fears that Vladimir Putin is plotting to transform Ukraine into a weak federation and then transform some of its federal units into de facto Russian dependencies. As he argues in a recent Atlantic article. In the weeks since Russian forces seized Crimea, Vladimir Putin’s plan for mainland Ukraine has become increasingly clear: partition. At the same time, academics have been publishing articles and books examining and inter-preting regional change, and the popular press has picked up the beat. Time, Newsweek, USA Today, the Christian Science Monitor, Business Week and U.S. News & World Report have all weighed in on the new metropolis. Public and civic officials are scrambling.
Regionalism, autonomism, nationalism. Regionalism, autonomism, secessionism and nationalism are interrelated concepts, yet they often have different and sometimes opposite meanings. For instance, in Spain "regionalism" is regarded as strongly associated with "nationalism" and, often, "secessionism", whereas in Italy, it is generally seen as a synonym of "federalism" and the opposite of. Book Reviews. The British Constitution. British Politics Since Crisis in Britain. Sir Ivor Jennings, D. C. Somervell and Robert A. Brady. Wilfred E. Binkley. Geo-Economic Regionalism and World Federation. Werner Levi and Maurice Parmelee. Willard N. Hogan. 13(2), pp. –
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Geo-economic regionalism and world federation. New York: Exposition Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Parmelee.
Geo-Economic Regionalism and World Federation By Maurice Parmelee Reviewed By Henry L. Roberts. As well as concentrating on specific regions, the book looks at the theories of regionalism, the balance between regionalization and globalization in the world economy, the relationship between regional organizations and the United Nations, and the relationship between the revival of regionalism and questions of identity and by: Routledge Handbook of Regionalism & Federalism.
London: Routledge, COPY. Almost all states are either federal or regionalized in some sense. It is Geo-economic regionalism and world federation. book to find a state that is entirely unitary and the Routledge Handbook of Regionalism and Federalism necessarily takes in almost the entire by: In arguing that regional economic interests are inter-subjective, contingent, and institutionally specific, the book addresses a major question in political economy, namely the origin of economic.
Books shelved as regionalism: Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development by Mark Beeson, A World of Regions.
Covering evolving forms of federalism and regionalism in all parts of the world and featuring a comprehensive range of case studies by leading international scholars, this work will be an essential reference source for all students and scholars of international politics, comparative politics and international relations.
Restructuring Australia: Regionalism, Republicanism and Reform of the Nation State (Federation Press, ). He currently leads several research projects on the future of federalism through the Griffith University Federalism Project. Professor Brendan Gleeson is Professor of.
the political content of the new regionalism, whereby the new regionalism is seen as a ‘ return of the political ’ (i.e. how various world order models relate to the new regionalism). 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.
Regionalism and Nationalism in the United States. His book is a forceful and commanding challenge to those who would push for central authority at the sacrifice of individual and regional identity.
Davidson concludes with a devastating critique of nationalism leading to a supra-nationalism. the heterogeneity of human desires comes up. 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.
It is difficult to imagine a more momentous national and international issue. Payne and Gamble define regionalism as an undertaking to "reorganise a particularReviews: 2.
This study evaluates the effects of regionalism on economic development in the world basing on the panel data of countries. In general, regionalism pursued by countries via their respective regional organizations was found to have no significant independent effect on the economic development.
This book examines the strategic and economic logic behind the Bangladesh–China–India–Myanmar (BCIM) Regional Cooperation. According to estimates, BCIM covers approximately 9 percent of the world’s mass and 40 percent of the world’s population spanning across four countries, constituting the confluence of East, Southeast and South Asia.
Maurice Parmelee's book on Geo-Economic Regionalism and World Federation is prescriptive, rather than analytical. A division of the world into regions on the basis of geographic and economic factors is advocated.
Considerable detail is presented on the con-struction of a possible "Man-resources index" for the delimitation of the region. Regionalism is once again being viewed as a solution to the major international economic problems of our times.
Slow progress of the negotiations at the Uruguay Round of the GATT has led some economists to conclude that a division of the world into three trading blocs -- Europe, the Americas, and East Asia -- is the fastest road to multilateral free trade.
It is difficult to find a state that is entirely unitary and the Routledge Handbook of Regionalism and Federalism necessarily takes in almost the entire world. Both federalism and regionalism have been subjects of a vast academic literature mainly from political science but sometimes also from history, economics, and geography.
In its place, we see the emergence of new geo-economic competition, new regionalism and new actors. Meanwhile, technological change is disrupting our economies and changing the nature of our globalized world in ways that are both unpredictable and complex.
We will witness more technological change over the next decade than we have seen in the. Regionalism had already given rise to a floodtide of literature critical of its development or determined to justify it as a necessity for world security.
Some critics were arguing that economic unions and common markets distorted the logic of a universal division of labor, and that regional military planning was made both impossible and obsolete.
Economic regionalism, institutional arrangements designed to facilitate the free flow of goods and services and to coordinate foreign economic policies between countries in the same geographic region.
Economic regionalism can be viewed as a conscious attempt to manage the opportunities and constraints created by the dramatic increase in international economic ties since the end of World War II. Federalism and regionalism in Western Europe 1 Structure of the book 4 1 Comparative Federalism and Regionalism in Western Europe: a Conceptual Overview 6 1.
Federalism and federation 6 2. Confederalism, regionalism and regionalized states 13 3. Multilevel governance 18 4. Conclusion 20 2 The Origins of Federalism and Regionalism in Western.Buy Regionalism in World Politics: Regional Organization and International Order New Ed by Fawcett, Louise (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The new edition highlights external relations in the framework of the development of regional arrangements within the globalized world .