Plenty has been written about the political and economical aspects of regionalism, but the legal perspective has been neglected. East Asian Regionalism From a Legal Perspective is unique in synthesizing legal, economic and political analyses. In the first part, the book investigates the current features of regionalism from a comparative perspective, looking at economic and currency cooperation and comparing Asian regionalism with Europe and Latin America. In the second part, the contributors go on to look at the present legal features of regionalism, covering institutional frameworks, trade diversity and regional integration. The third part of the book is truly unique in proposing an essential groundwork for the institutionalisation of an East Asian Community. It conceives a draft East Asian Charter, an essential document that distils what East Asian nations have achieved, and also includes integral principles and fundamental rules for future cooperation among countries and peoples in the region.
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European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic , social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe. European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. In antiquity, the Roman Empire brought about integration of multiple European territories. Following the catastrophe of the First World War , thinkers and visionaries from a range of political traditions again began to float the idea of a politically unified Europe. In the early s a range of internationals were founded or re-founded to help like-minded political parties to coordinate their activities. These ranged from the Comintern , to the Labour and Socialist International to the Radical and Democratic Entente of centre-left progressive parties , to the Green International of farmers' parties , to the centre-right International Secretariat of Democratic Parties Inspired by Christianity While the remit of these internationals was global, the predominance of political parties from Europe meant that they facilitated interaction between the adherents of a given ideology, across European borders.
Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia - Comparative Perspectives
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This volume offers to compare and explain variances of regionalism in Asia by disclosing the distinctive features of regional arrangements and how they evolved during the s and s against the background of a changing global environment.