1 edition of Substate regionalism in the United States, perspectives and issues found in the catalog.
Substate regionalism in the United States, perspectives and issues
by Bureau of Governmental Research and Service, University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Charlie B. Tyer.|
|Contributions||Tyer, Charlie B., University of South Carolina. Bureau of Governmental Research and Service.|
|LC Classifications||JS408 .S9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||81622708|
Current U.S. trade policy stresses establishing free trade areas (FTAs) with partners spanning the globe. Motivations include enhancing goods and services trade; stimulating investment flows; extending standards on intellectual property rights, labor, and the environment; and addressing geopolitical concerns. Simulations of FTAs with the United States highlight the importance of trade Cited by: 1. focus shifted from nature and lessons to be intuited rom it to social issues and the concern of common, everyday life. talks about different perspectives sees beauty in everyday life ended with forty acres, a broken fiddle, and no regrets Give an example of regionalism.
New regionalism, shift in national systems of administration and cultural, economic, and political organization following the Cold regionalist projects, which began about the mids, differed in substance from the earlier rise in regionalist developments, which had begun about the s and later became known by the term old regionalism. Thirdly, it channels attention to the future of regionalism introducing a tentative agenda for research where issues as regionalism and peace, micro-regionalism, in/out regional mechanisms, inter-regionalism, and the role played by the United States gain a particular relevance.
Book Description. This edited volume approaches regionalism as one potential pattern in a changing global order. Since the end of the Cold War, different forms of territorialization have emerged and we are confronted with an increasing number and variety of actors that are establishing regional projects. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of The Political Economy of Regionalism (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Recent Experience By Gary P. Sampson; Stephen Woolcock United Nations University Press,
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Davidson's work is a special sort of intellectual as well as social history. It reveals an extraordinary mastery of the literature on regionalism in the United States, with special emphasis on the work on Rupert Vance and Howard Odum in the social sciences.
Davidson looks 5/5(2). Books shelved as regionalism: Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development by Mark Beeson, A World of Regions. Almost all states are either federal or regionalized in some sense.
It is difficult to find a state that is entirely unitary and the Routledge Handbook of Regionalism and Federalism necessarily. theories of new regionalism. Major theorists in the field from around the Major theorists in the field from around the world – Barry Buzan, Morten B øå s, Richard Falk, Andrew Gamble, Bj ö rn.
In international relations, regionalism is the expression of a common sense of identity and purpose combined with the creation and implementation of institutions that express a particular identity and shape collective action within a geographical region.
Regionalism is one of the three constituents of the international commercial system (along with multilateralism and unilateralism).
Such regional differences and conflicts are a significant factor in the history of the United States from onwards. They are described by the "father of American geography," Jedidiah Morse, and by other geographers who followed him. As the United States grew, its government recognized the existence of regions or sections as a matter of course.
United Substate regionalism in the United States has not always been united; regional differences run deep in the nationis culture and politics.
In Regions and Regionalism in the United States, British geographer Michael Bradshaw examines the nation's regional variations and their implications for public policy in the middle and late twentieth century. In the process he emphasizes. The present momentum toward regionalism is so well advanced in the United States and elsewhere 2 that there is very little debate as to whether the policy itself should be pursued; instead, discussion tends to turn on “second-order” questions such as what other countriesCited by: Regionalism, autonomism, nationalism.
Regionalism, autonomism, secessionism and nationalism are interrelated concepts, yet they often have different and sometimes opposite meanings. For instance, in Spain "regionalism" is regarded as strongly associated with "nationalism" and, often, "secessionism", whereas in Italy, it is generally seen as a synonym of "federalism" and the opposite of.
The Case for Multi-State Regionalism in the United States Paperback – August 8, by Denise : Denise a. Brush. We don't have to define regionalism as hatred The word itself doesn't mean hatred but rather describes the reality that a larger geographic/political entity has regions within it.
Which are often heavily defined by geography - climate and terra. ASEAN: A Prime Example of Regionalism in Southeast Asia ♦ Katja Weber ♣ Following World War II, the Southeast Asian countries gradually gained independence from their colonizers, but only to become part of the Cold War struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union, and “a battleground in the conflict between China and the Soviet File Size: KB.
() —Most people in the United States probably would agree that priorities and values can vary greatly from region to region and even state to state. Although these differences have.
The early years of the twenty-first century have witnessed an intensification in regionalism across the globe. Just over a decade after one of the late twentieth century’s defining moments, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, the contemporary world is characterised by a dual movement of integration and fragmentation.
This book, aimed at students of American history, geography and politics, looks at the background to the rise of distinctive regions in the United States and the effects of cultural, economic, racial and political factors on that process.
From the book published in October of – in celebration of the UN’s 50 th Anniversary – titled Our Global Neighborhood - The United Nations Report of the Commission on Global Governance: [emphasis added] "REGIONALISM - The UN must prepare for a time when regionalism becomes more ascendant world-wide, and even help the process along.
This edited volume looks at regional integration processes in Asia. Whilst integration in the region, defined as Southeast and East Asia, is not a new process, it has gained momentum in recent years. Two developments have acted as catalysts for integration, first at the economic level the Asian cris.
landscapes, arguing that "the new regionalism is the recognition that the people of the world have been pulling apart bur also arc pulling rogether in new com binations" (p.
31). In their recent book The Regional City, Peter Calrhorpe and William Fulton ( I) argue for a new synthesis of physical, social, and economic planning. Regionalism v. Universalism Subsequent practice has given much more weight to regionalism than the bare text of the Charter would suggest.
This reversal towards regionalism away from a preponderantly universalist concept is the result of a number of factors.
One has been the partial failure of the United Nations to come to terms with many of theCited by: This book brings together the many different institutions and ideas to be found under the label of 'regionalism'; it places the revival of regionalism in a broader historical perspective; it asks whether there are common factors behind the revival of regionalism in so many different parts of the world; and it analyzes the cumulative impact of different brands of regionalism on international order.
This book examines the effects on regions of economic and political restructuring in Europe and North America. The main theses are: international economic restructuring and its impact on regions; political restructuring at the supranational, national and regional levels; political realignments at the regional level; questions of territorial identity and their connection with class, gender and.In Critical Regionalism, Reichert Powell proposes a mode of critical inquiry one might describe as palimpsestic.
Recognizing the multiple forces that go into shaping concepts of regions, scholars should explore and engage with as many perspectives as possible, seeking to understand how all the interested parties understand their region.4/5.Read "The New Politics of Regionalism Perspectives from Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
This edited volume approaches regionalism as one potential pattern in a changing global order. Since the end of the Cold Brand: Taylor And Francis.