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Daniela Piana

Full Professor

Department of the Arts

Academic discipline: SPS/04 Political Science


Reading List Team Work 3. Regionalism

Fawn,  R.  (2009).  ‘Regions’  and  their  study:  wherefrom,  what  for  and  whereto?  .  Review  of  International Studies, 35(S1), 5-34. In generale la special issue di RIS

Hurrell, A. (2007). One world? Many worlds? The place of regions in the study of international society. International Affairs, 83(1), 127-146.

Mark Beeson, ‘Rethinking Regionalism: Europe and the East Asia in Comparative Historical Perspective’, Journal of European Public Policy,  12:6  (December  2005),  p.  969. 

Acharya,  A.  (2007).  The  emerging  regional  architecture  of  world politics. World  Politics, 59(04),  629-652.  American imperium. Cornell University Press.

Buzan, B. (2011). The Inaugural Kenneth N. Waltz Annual Lecture A World Order Without Superpowers

Decentred Globalism. International relations, 25(1), 3-25. 25

 Buzan,  B.  (2012)  ‘How  regions  were  made,  and  the  legacies  for  world  politics:  an  English  School reconnaissance’,  in  T.  V.  Paul  (ed)  International  Relations  Theory  and  Regional  Transformation,  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 22- 46.

Väyrynen, R. (2003). Regionalism: old and new. International Studies Review,5(1), 25-51.

Published on: March 04 2015