The Regional World Order: Transregionalism, Regional Integration, and Regional Projects across Europe and Asia

The Regional World Order

Transregionalism, Regional Integration, and Regional Projects across Europe and Asia
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No. of pages:242 pages
Size:232x159x25 mm
Weight:553 g
Illustrations: 7 Illustrations, unspecified; 2 Tables, unspecified
Short description:

This book compares existing approaches to regionalism and transregionalism and discusses its global impact on world politics and economy. It argues that for the changing world order, the development of transregionalism would have benign implications on the global level.

Long description:
In the evolving post-Westphalian world regional entities become key political and economic players as the authors argue in this volume. As a result of regionalization, the international politics and economics is witnessing great transformations too.
This volume explores some ideas of how these transformations may develop. It is written by three generations of researchers and scholars at European, Russian, and Asian higher education institutions. Their different perspectives are integrated in a coherent, multi-dimensional view to answer challenges facing what is called increasingly ?Greater Eurasia?. The volume employs a rigorous conceptual framework over a wide geographic range and applies different approaches to ask and answer challenging questions. The arguments presented in this book are built around the concepts of regionalism and transregionalism.
The volume is focusing on three different geographical entities: Europe, Eurasia and East Asia, and examines ASEM, EAEU, BRI, EU, ASEAN, CIS, as well as TTIP, TTP, OBOR .

Regionalism, encompassing inter-regionalism and trans-regionalism, are powerful transformative movements in our times. This innovative volume brings together a cross-generational team of experts from Europe, Eurasia and Asia to examine the dynamics of new forms of ?wholeness? to counter traditional forms of power politics across the three regions. Transregionalism offers the prospect of a transformation of international relations. This is theoretical and empirical work of the highest order, and is essential reading to understand the shift towards regionalism in world politics today and the possible emergence of a post-Westphalian world order.
Table of Contents:
Ch. 1. Introduction. Transregionalism and Regionalism: What Kind of a Balance Do We Need, and Its Consequences for Practical Politics.
Ch. 2. Discussion on Transregionalism and the Destiny of the Mega
-Projects TPP and TTIP.
Ch. 3. Integration Systems, Subregionalism and Transregionalism: Is a Neofederalist Approach Possible?
Ch. 4. A World of Global Regions? Is Regionalisation 2.0 Possible?
Ch. 5. Differentiated Integration in the European Union: the ?New
-Old? Way of European Integration.
Ch. 6. The European Dimension. The V4 and the EU: An ?Alliance within the Alliance?.
Ch.7. The Eurasian Dimension. The Eurasian Economic Union as a Model of Integration.
Ch. 8. The South Asian Dimension. The ASEAN Model of Integration.
Ch. 9. The Comparative Dimension. European and Asian Regionalisms.
Ch. 10. The Silk Road Economic Belt and the Maritime Silk Road Initiative: Evaluating the Transregional Potential of Chinese Projects.
Ch. 11. Becoming Land
-Linked Instead of Land
-Locked: Where the Eurasian Economic Union Meets Chinese Silk Road Economic Belt.
Ch. 12. The Transregional Agenda for Southern Eurasia: What to Expect?
Ch. 13. Ideology, Identity, Security, and their Influence on the Evolving Eurasian Transregionalist / Regionalist Agenda.
Ch. 14. Balancing Transregional and Regional Projects: Is it Possible to Build the Greater Eurasian Space of a Multilateral Regional Order?