Subregionalism and World Order by Na Na
  

Subregionalism and World Order

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Subregionalism and World Order by Na Na

A diverse range of area specialists are brought together here in the first volume which embraces such a geographically diverse treatment of the subregional system. The Central European Free Trade Area, the Black Sea Economic Cooperation scheme, ECOWAS in West Africa, MERCOSUR, the Association of Caribbean States, Chilean strategies, the Greater China project, ASEAN, and the East Asian Economic Caucus are all explored in order to mount a case for a new International Political Economy perspective in the understanding of subregional cooperation.

About the Author

Glenn Hook is Professor of Japanese Studies and Ian Kearns is Lecturer in Politics, both at the University of Sheffield.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
268 pages

Author

Na Na
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA

Publication date

18th December 1999

ISBN

9780312225681


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