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About the Author
Timothy M. Shaw, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA, J. Andrew Grant, Queen's University, Canada and Scarlett Cornelissen, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Table of Contents
Contents: Part I: Introduction and overview: the study of new regionalisms at the start of the second decade of the 21st century, Timothy M. Shaw, J. Andrew Grant and Scarlett Cornelissen; Comparing regionalisms: methodological aspects and considerations, Philippe De Lombaerde; Formal and informal regionalism, Frederick Söderbaum; The rise of interregionalisms: the case of the European Union's relations with East Asia, Bart Gaens. Part II: The European Union: a new form of governance, Alberta Sbragia; Regionalism in flux: politics, economics and security in the North American region, Laura Macdonald; Norms, identity and divergent paths toward regional order in South and Southeast Asia: ASEAN and SAARC in comparative perspective, Charan Rainford; China and economic regionalism in East Asia, Kevin G. Cai; Hemispheric regionalism in the Americas, Gordon Mace and Dominic Migneault; The changing context of regionalism and regionalisation in the Americas: Mercosur and beyond, Marc Schelhase; The evolution of the African Union Commission and Africrats: drivers of African regionalisms, Thomas Kwasi Tieku; The 'new' ECOWAS: implications for the study of regional integration, Okechukwu C. Iheduru; Regional organisation, regional arena: the SADC in Southern Africa, Ulrike Lorenz and Scarlett Cornelissen. Part III: Oceania: a critical regionalism challenging the foreign definition of Pacific identities in pursuit of decolonized destinies, Kate Stone; Middle East Regionalisms: can an institution bridge geo-culture to geo-economics?, Bahgat Korany; Beyond geography: BRIC/SAM and the new contours of regionalism, Agata Antkiewicz and Andrew F. Cooper; Commonwealths and regionalisms in the first quarter of the 21st century , Timothy M. Shaw; Spatial development initiatives: two case studies from southern Africa, Ian C. Taylor; The transnational gang: challenging the conventional narrative, Robert Muggah; Transfrontier conservation and the spaces of regionalisms, Maano Ramutsindela; 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; List of websites; Indexes.