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By Karolina Klecha-Tylec

This ebook presents a accomplished review of advancements in East Asian regionalism, combining qualitative proof with empirical quantitative research. It argues that dominant methods have shaped East Asian regionalism: 1) regionalization, and a couple of) inter-regionalism. Klecha-Tylec examines the diversities among conventional and new regionalisms as they follow to East Asia; the diversities among East Asian and eu regionalism; the position of the U.S. in shaping neighborhood hyperlinks; and the evolution of the 3 key buildings of ASEAN, ASEAN+3, and Asia Summits. The ebook is exclusive for reading jointly the community, zonal, and geospatial dimensions of kinfolk in East Asia as they follow at micro-regional, sub-regional, macro-regional, trans-regional and inter-regional degrees. The publication bargains an in depth research of intra-regional hyperlinks and the hybrid relationships among micro-regions and realms.

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The above types of regionalism co-exist and affect one another. It would be hardly possible to implement regional security programmes without undertaking efforts in the area of political or economic regionalism. Simultaneously, the development of various relations between countries and international regions and geopolitical transformations are accompanied by new types of regionalism. This phenomenon is described 34 K. KLECHA-TYLEC with the use of new terms related to various forms of cooperation.

12 The examples of economic regionalism include the EU single market, NAFTA, SACU, MERCOSUR, GCC or ASEAN (AFTA). On the other hand, economic conditions ­characterised by administrative restrictions in mutual (bilateral) trade relations are referred to as reverse regionalism (India and Pakistan). This phenomenon is frequently stimulated by political relations. Specific forms of this type of regionalism include monetary regionalism and financial regionalism. They aim to support monetary stability and financial markets in a given region without the necessity to formalise trade relations.

As a result, the new regionalism is a pluralistic phenomenon in terms of practical differences and theory as well as the identity of regional actors (Bøås et al. 2003). The emphasis laid on the pluralism of state and non-state actors is closely related to the differentiation between the formal and informal (real) dimension of the new regionalism. Some theoreticians attribute great significance to the formal (even formalistic) dimension of the new regionalism, while other authors regard informal aspects to be more important.

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