Brexit confirms that the EU is not a super-state in the making but rather an advanced regional organization. This book bridges the gap between EU studies and international relations by providing a student-friendly presentation of regional, multidimensional cooperation among neighbouring states and societies, its four epochs and relevant variations and similarities across five continents, its interplay with globalization, and the changing post-hegemonic and post-Cold War international order.

Regionalism in Hard Time: Competitive and post-liberal trends in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americass / Telo', Mario. - (2017), pp. 1-86.

Regionalism in Hard Time: Competitive and post-liberal trends in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americass

TELO', MARIO
2017

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Brexit confirms that the EU is not a super-state in the making but rather an advanced regional organization. This book bridges the gap between EU studies and international relations by providing a student-friendly presentation of regional, multidimensional cooperation among neighbouring states and societies, its four epochs and relevant variations and similarities across five continents, its interplay with globalization, and the changing post-hegemonic and post-Cold War international order.
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Regionalism in Hard Time: Competitive and post-liberal trends in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americass / Telo', Mario. - (2017), pp. 1-86.
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