Redefining the Pacific?: Regionalism Past, Present and Future

Redefining the Pacific?: Regionalism Past, Present and Future

by Ian Frazer
     
 

ISBN-10: 0754646734

ISBN-13: 9780754646730

Pub. Date: 11/24/2006

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This comprehensive volume examines the future effectiveness of regional institutions as well as key questions concerning the attempts to overcome ongoing serious problems of security, governance and poor economic performance in the Pacific. What is obvious from this collection is that a new and stronger commitment to overcoming national problems is required through

Overview

This comprehensive volume examines the future effectiveness of regional institutions as well as key questions concerning the attempts to overcome ongoing serious problems of security, governance and poor economic performance in the Pacific. What is obvious from this collection is that a new and stronger commitment to overcoming national problems is required through regional cooperation. The volume is highly suited to courses on international political economy, security and regional cooperation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780754646730
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
11/24/2006
Series:
International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series
Pages:
226
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.71(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction: The uncertain future of pacific regionalism, Ian Frazer and Jenny Bryant-Tokalau. Redefining the Pacific: Policy Statements: Pacific Regionalism: Tradition, continuity and renewal, Philip Goff; The Pacific Islands Forum and regional cooperation, Andie Fong Toy; Pacific regionalism: perspectives on the Pacific plan, Michael Powles; New Zealand's approach to pacific security, Graham Fortune. Policy Reviews: The war on terrorism and security cooperation in the Pacific, Dirk Nabers; Managing tuna fisheries in the pacific: a regional success story?, Sandra Tarte; Governance, capacity and legitimacy: EPAs, EBA and the European Union's pacific regionalism after Cotonou, Martin Holland and Malakai Koloamatangi. Failed States and Pacific Regionalism: There goes the neighbourhood: the politics of failed states and regional intervention in the pacific, Terence Wesley-Smith; Political instability, 'Failed States' and regional intervention in the Pacific, Jon Fraenkel. New Regionalisms: New regionalisms and prospects for sustainable island and ocean governance in the Pacific at the start of the new millennium, Timothy M Shaw; The Pacific Plan: a political and cultural critique, Elise Huffer; Epilogue: future uncertain?, Ian Frazer and Jenny Bryant-Tokalau; Bibliography; Index.

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