Mercosur-Pacific Alliance Convergence: Moving Forward or Moving Nowhere?

Julia Borba Goncalves • Jul 24 2020 • Articles

The Mercosur-Pacific Alliance’s ‘Plan of Action’ provides the opportunity to reestablish regional coordination and integration in Latin America.

Review – Russia Abroad

Galina Bogatova • Apr 13 2020 • Features

A meaningful contribution to regionalism studies that reveals the overlooked patterns of the marginal “subordinate” states’ agency in relation to the great powers.

Review – The Bivocal Nation

Stéphane Voell • Jan 28 2020 • Features

Batiashvili explores Georgian statehood and history by evaluating Georgian national narratives and ‘bivocality’ to understand how the modern nation has been formed.

Latin American Integration: The Dilemma

Luis Fernando Vargas-Alzate • Oct 10 2019 • Articles

Latin American integration is difficult due to lack of conceptual comprehension (by practitioners) and low political commitment, especially regarding supra-nationalism.

Latin American Regionalism Under the New Right

Bárbara C. Neves and Karen Honório • Sep 27 2019 • Articles

The autonomy void present in the current forms of regionalism in Latin America puts the region’s societies in a position of dependency to non-national projects.

Student Feature – Spotlight on ASEAN

Robert Yates • Jul 27 2019 • Student Features

ASEAN is a prominent case of successful regionalism, yet debates persist over its ability to integrate members and improve relations between China and the United States.

Interview – Raúl Salgado

E-International Relations • May 2 2019 • Features

Raúl Salgado talks to us about geopolitics and regionalism in Latin America, the role of small states in regional integration, UNASUR, and Brazil’s role within BRICS.

The End of Pax Americana or a New Realignment?

Maurizio Geri • Feb 26 2017 • Articles

The international shift from cooperation to conflict that Trump’s administration has made is based on the continuation of the Obama administration, with opposite means.

Interview – Louise Fawcett

E-International Relations • Jun 9 2016 • Features

Louise Fawcett discusses the resurgence of regionalism, the long-term effects of the Iraq War, and elaborates on why Iran should be considered an aspiring regional power.

Review – Comparative Regionalism: Economics and Security

Hakan Mehmetcik • Jun 3 2016 • Features

An informative, analytically rich and eloquent book which will appeal to those who are interested in connections between global, regional and domestic orders.

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