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The Ashgate research companion to regionalisms [electronic resource] / edited by Timothy M. Shaw, J. Andrew Grant and Scarlett Cornelissen.

London ; New York : Routledge, 2016.
1 online resource (xx, 404 p.) : ill.
"First published 2011 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
pt. 1, 1. Introduction and overview : the study of new regionalism(s) at the start of the second decade of the twenty-first century / Timothy M. Shaw, J. Andrew Grant, and Scarlett Cornelissen ; 2. Comparing regionalisms : methodological aspects and considerations / Philippe De Lombaerde ; 3. Formal and informal regionalism / Fredrik Söderbaum ; 4. The rise of interregionalisms : the case of the European Union's relations with East Asia / Bart Gaens -- pt. 2, 5. The European Union : a new form of governance / Alberta Sbragia ; 6. Regionalism in flux : politics, economics, and security in the North American region / Laura Macdonald ; 7. Norms, identity, and divergent paths towards regional order in South and Southeast Asia : ASEAN and SAARC in comparative perspective / Charan Rainford ; 8. China and economic regionalism in East Asia / Kevin G. Cai ; 9. Hemispheric regionalism in the Americas / Gordon Mace and Dominic Migneault ; 10. The changing context of regionalism and regionalisation in the Americas : Mercosur and beyond / Marc Schelhase ; 11. The evolution of the African Union Commission and Africrats : drivers of African regionalisms / Thomas Kwasi Tieku ; 12. The 'new' ECOWAS : implications for the study of regional integration / Okechukwu C. Iheduru ; 13. Regional organisation, regional arena : the SADC in Southern Africa / Ulrike Lorenz and Scarlett Cornelissen -- pt. 3, 14. Oceania : a critical regionalism challenging the foreign definition of Pacific identities in pursuit of decolonised destinies / Kate Stone; 15. Middle East regionalisms : can an institution bridge geo-culture to geo-economics? / Bahgat Korany ; 16. Beyond geography : BRIC/SAM and the new contours of regionalism / Agata Antkiewicz and Andrew F. Cooper ; 17. Commonwealths and regionalisms in the first quarter of the twenty-first century / Thomas M. Shaw ; 18. Spatial development initiatives : two case studies from Southern Africa / Ian C. Taylor ; 19. The transnational gang : challenging the conventional narrative / Robert Muggha ; 20. Transfrontier conservation and the spaces of regionalisms / Maano Ramutsindela ; 21. New regionalisms, micro-regionalisms, and the migration-conflict nexus : evidence from natural resource sectors in West Africa / J. Andrew Grant, Matthew I. Mitchell, and Frank K. Nyame.
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