National Perspectives on the New Regionalism in the North

This is the second of five volumes reporting on the UNU/WIDER project on New Regionalism. Whereas the first volume dealt with the two processes of globalization and regionalization in more general terms, this volume presents various national perspectives on the process of regionalization for a more concrete understanding of its dynamics. Divided between the two categories of policy-makers and policy-takers, the volume is dedicated to country studies from Europe and North America.

Table of contents
  1. Part I
    1. Regionalization in the Change of the European System
    Kaisa Lähteenmäki
  2. Part I
    2. Germany's Options and Interests in Europe
    Jörg Brechtefeld
  3. Part I
    3. Divided Nation, Reluctant European: The Case of Norway
    Helge Hveem
  4. Part I
    4. The Dynamics of Regionalization: The Case of Hungary
    András Inotai
  5. Part I
    5. Visegrád Cooperation: An Approach to Europe?
    Pal Gáspár, Magdolna Sass
  6. Part II
    6. Post-Soviet Regionalism: Integration or Break-up?
    Sergei Medvedev
  7. Part III
    7. Sustaining American Hegemony: The Relevance of Regionalism?
    Richard A. Falk, James H. Mittelman
  8. Part III
    8. North American Regionalism from a Canadian Perspective
    Manfred Bienefeld
  9. Part III
    9. Regional Integration on Uneven Terms: The Case of Mexico within NAFTA
    Edmé Dominguez
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