By Louis Brennan, Philomena Murray
This booklet examines the drivers of regionalism and integration in either Europe and Asia and seeks to forge comparative views among the 2 regions.
Comprising contributions from students, analysts and policymakers, this quantity explores and debates how and why nearby our bodies similar to the eu Union (EU) and the organization of Southeast Asian international locations (ASEAN) are shaped and sustained. in addition, it examines the drivers of, and impediments to, regionalism and integration. The debates concerning what and who represent drivers are provided in a clean, thematic and entire demeanour. management and middle states also are seriously tested, when fabric, ideational and normative elements are all assessed relatively. considerably, in mild of the worldwide monetary situation, the publication considers the position of problem as a motive force of regionalism and integration.
This booklet might be of curiosity to scholars, students and policymakers attracted to Asian and ecu politics and comparative politics.
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The closing part of this volume provides a concluding chapter by Philomena Murray and Louis Brennan (Murray and Brennan 2015). It provides both an assessment of the main findings of the book and revisits the questions that are posed in the introduction. It offers pathways for future research agendas regarding drivers of regionalism and integration. References Allison, L. ’, in L. Brennan and P. Murray, eds, Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia: Comparative Perspectives (London: Routledge): 347–365.
Murray, eds, Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia: Comparative Perspectives (London: Routledge): 180–196. Umezawa, H. ’, in L. Brennan and P. Murray, eds, Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia: Comparative Perspectives (London: Routledge): 309–327. H. and Matera, M. (2015) ‘The EU and ASEAN – Seeking a New Regional Paradigm’, in L. Brennan and P. Murray, eds, Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia: Comparative Perspectives (London: Routledge): 270–288.
These factors are, first, reconciliation; second, shared democratic principles or core values; third, the acceptance of a policy agenda for closer cooperation and, finally, a shared understanding of power dynamics. All are at the basis of a regional integration bargain. All constitute drivers of regionalism or integration. In the experiment of region-building, building some sense of shared identity and interest – a ‘community’ – is increasingly a focus of discussion, particularly regarding how it might be based on shared norms and values.