This comprehensive volume examines the future effectiveness of regional institutions as well as key questions concerning the attempts to overcome ongoing serious problems of security, governance and poor economic performance in the Pacific. What is obvious from this collection is that a new and stronger commitment to overcoming national problems is required through regional cooperation. The volume is highly suited to courses on international political economy, security and regional cooperation.
Redefining the Pacific?
Ashgate Publishing, Limited
Regionalism Past, Present and Future
The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series
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