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Interregionalism and the European Union : A Post-Revisionist Approach to Europe's Place in a Changing World

By: Ponjaert, Frederik, Dr.
Contributor(s): Fawcett, Louise, Professor | Telò, Mario, Professor | Telò, Mario, Professor.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism series: Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2015Description: 1 online resource (486 p.).ISBN: 9781472473240.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Interregionalism and the European Union : A Post-Revisionist Approach to Europe's Place in a Changing WorldDDC classification: 341.242''2 LOC classification: JZ1320.7 | P665 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors -- Foreword Interregionalism in a Multiplex World -- Acknowledgements -- List of Acronyms -- Introduction -- Part I European Integration Studies as a Reference for Regional and Interregional Cooperation -- 1 Contribution to a Periodization of Comparative Regionalist Studies -- 2 Regionalism by Emulation: Considerations across Time and Space -- 3 The EU and the Diffusion of Regionalism -- 4 Three Reasons for Reasserting the Autonomy of a Regionalist and Interregionalist Research Agenda
Part II European Interregionalism and De Facto Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 5 The EU and Economic Regionalism in East Asia -- 6 Europe and Latin America: Differing Routes for Regional Integration -- 7 Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)with Sub-Saharan Africa -- Part III European Interregionalism and De Jure Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 8 The EU and the Promotion of Democracy through Interregional Relations -- 9 Interregionalism in EU External Migration Policies -- 10 Countering Terrorism: Challenges and Opportunities in ASEAN-EU Cooperation
11 Drivers of Interregional Cooperation: The Rise and Consolidation of a European Rule of Law Regime -- Part IV European Interregionalism and Cognitive Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 12 European Norms Torn: Between the Universal and Regional Levels? -- 13 The European Union's Interregional Human Rights Strategies in Northeast and Southeast Asia: Learning Lessons from Localization -- 14 ASEAN and EU Cooperative Culture in the Asia-Europe Meeting -- 15 The Unintended Consequences of Interregional Democracy Promotion: Normative and Conceptual Misunderstandings in EU-ASEAN Relations
16 The European Parliament and Interregional Dialogue: The Case of Responsibility to Protect -- Part V European Interregionalism and Instrumental Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 17 The EU and NATO's Comprehensive Approaches in Afghanistan and Somalia: Interregional or Intraregional? -- 18 Challenging the Political and Security Dimensions of the EU-LAC Relationship -- 19 EU-Africa Interregional Relations and the Role of South Africa -- Conclusion Interregionalism and the European Union: Towards an Emancipation of the Regionalist Agenda -- Bibliography -- Index
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Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors -- Foreword Interregionalism in a Multiplex World -- Acknowledgements -- List of Acronyms -- Introduction -- Part I European Integration Studies as a Reference for Regional and Interregional Cooperation -- 1 Contribution to a Periodization of Comparative Regionalist Studies -- 2 Regionalism by Emulation: Considerations across Time and Space -- 3 The EU and the Diffusion of Regionalism -- 4 Three Reasons for Reasserting the Autonomy of a Regionalist and Interregionalist Research Agenda

Part II European Interregionalism and De Facto Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 5 The EU and Economic Regionalism in East Asia -- 6 Europe and Latin America: Differing Routes for Regional Integration -- 7 Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)with Sub-Saharan Africa -- Part III European Interregionalism and De Jure Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 8 The EU and the Promotion of Democracy through Interregional Relations -- 9 Interregionalism in EU External Migration Policies -- 10 Countering Terrorism: Challenges and Opportunities in ASEAN-EU Cooperation

11 Drivers of Interregional Cooperation: The Rise and Consolidation of a European Rule of Law Regime -- Part IV European Interregionalism and Cognitive Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 12 European Norms Torn: Between the Universal and Regional Levels? -- 13 The European Union's Interregional Human Rights Strategies in Northeast and Southeast Asia: Learning Lessons from Localization -- 14 ASEAN and EU Cooperative Culture in the Asia-Europe Meeting -- 15 The Unintended Consequences of Interregional Democracy Promotion: Normative and Conceptual Misunderstandings in EU-ASEAN Relations

16 The European Parliament and Interregional Dialogue: The Case of Responsibility to Protect -- Part V European Interregionalism and Instrumental Drivers of Regional Cooperation -- 17 The EU and NATO's Comprehensive Approaches in Afghanistan and Somalia: Interregional or Intraregional? -- 18 Challenging the Political and Security Dimensions of the EU-LAC Relationship -- 19 EU-Africa Interregional Relations and the Role of South Africa -- Conclusion Interregionalism and the European Union: Towards an Emancipation of the Regionalist Agenda -- Bibliography -- Index

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<p>Mario Telò Emeritus President of the Institute for European Studies (IEE-ULB). Professor of International relations, at ULB, as Jean Monnet Chair "ad personam" and at LUISS Guido Carli-Rome and Member of The Royal Academy of Sciences.Louise Fawcett is Professor of International Relations and Wilfrid Knapp Fellow and Tutor in Politics at St Catherine's College, University of Oxford. Frederik Ponjaert is Researcher and Lecturer at the IEE-ULB and the KULeuven, and Associate Lecturer in Comparative Regionalism at SciencesPo, Paris</p>

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