Introduction: Regionalizing ‘Global’ Crises
The purpose of this book is to examine the issues arising from the recent crises in the international political economy with an increased emphasis on regions and regional actors’ roles in mitigating the challenges of the capitalist system. The working premise of this volume is that there is a strong and deep link between increased regionalization and regionalism and global crises in terms of stimuli, responses, processes, and consequences. This book provides analysis and examples from various regions with a view to commenting on how ongoing economic crises have reanimated debates about regionalization processes all over the world.
KeywordsRegional Actor Current Economic Crisis Global Economic Crisis Global Politics International Political Economy
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