1.31 - 1/31/08 Regionalism in Global Politics Globalization...

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1/31/08 Regionalism in Global Politics Globalization vs. Internationalization -Katzenstein (2006) -Globalization : a process that transcends space and compresses time. IT has novel transformative effects on world politics…and highlights the emergence of new actors and novel relations in he world system (non- territorial) -Internationalization : a process that refers to territorially based exchanges across borders…and to basic continuities in the evolution of t he international state system (territorial, extension of traditional inter- state politics) *Interaction between G and I: Porous regions with specific dynamics -creates regional dynamics -example: transport over state borders -Buzan and Waever (2003) -Regionalist approach to security -mezo-level analysis (global- regional -local) -considering both inter-state relationships and new security threats -combines realism with liberalism and constructivism Factors Contributing to Regionalism -De-colonization proceeded in an uneven manner -1940’s- south Asia -india, Pakistan, Burma all come about at the same time -degree of colonization -Middle East at different stages of development -some countries still have not been totally de-colonized -post-colonial countries come in different conditions -India and China have pre-established societies -former Soviet satellites have much less identity -Age of the State
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course GOVT 395 taught by Professor Koinova,m during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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1.31 - 1/31/08 Regionalism in Global Politics Globalization...

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