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Resilience of regionalism in Latin America and the Caribbean : development and autonomy
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Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2013
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Resilience of regionalism in Latin America and the CaribbeanRessource électronique : development and autonomy
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Preface; Olivier Dabne ; Introduction: Regional integration: Linking Past and Present; Andres Rivarola Puntigliano and Jose Briceno Ruiz ; PART I: THEMATIC PERSPECTIVES ; 1. Geopolitics and Integration: a South American Perspective; Andřs Rivarola Puntigliano ; 2. Regional Integration in the Inside Trends of Latin American Dependency Thinking; Angel M. Casas-Gragea ; PART II: SUB-REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES ; 3. The Caribbean: Regional Unity in a Context of Diversity; Još Bricęo Ruiz ; 4. Central America: in Search of Lost Unity; Rodrigo P̀ez Montalb̀n ; 5. The Andes: a Long Tradition of Thought and Practice about Regional Integration; Jose Briceno Ruiz ; PART III: COUNTRY PERSPECTIVES ; 6. Latin American Integration: a Mexican Perspective; Mario Vazquez Olivera and Fabìn Campos Herǹndez ; 7. Latin American Integration: a Brazilian View; Clodoaldo Bueno, Tullo Vigevani and Haroldo Ramanzini Junior ; 8. The Political Economy of Regional Integration in Argentina: a Long and Winding Road; Andřs Rivarola Puntigliano and Miguel Angel Barrios ; Conclusion: About the Resilience of Latin American Regionalism; Andřs Rivarola Puntigliano and Jose Briceno Ruiz
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Regionalisation has become a central issue in national and international debates since the end of the Cold War. Yet, when local contributions to regionalism are considered, these are generally related to areas related to philosophy, identity and literature, rather than political economy. Addressing this vacuum, the authors of this volume argue that autochthonous ideas matter. Covering macro regional and sub-regional outlooks, as well as presenting particular national perspectives concerning regionalist thinking, the contributors consider issues of regionalism where economics, political science and international relations come together (site de l'éditeur)
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978-1-13-732837-3
978-1-13-723103-1
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