Part One International relations in a global era.

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. Regionalism has become in the last decades one of the forces challenging the traditional centrality of states in international relations.

The European Economic Community (EEC), the forebearer to the EU, is a clear example of economic regionalism. Regionalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, in prep.

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Regionalism, generally speaking, is a phenomenon in international trade where states create groups for the purposes of trade and to collectively reduce barriers of trade among the members of a group.

2 Meanwhile, since the early years of the century the ‘Indo-Pacific’ has become. Most of this phenomenon appears in the form of Regional Trade Agreements (RTA).

Modern diplomatic practices are a product of the post-Renaissance European state system.

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After clarifying the various concepts and definitions associated with regionalism, the chapter discusses relevant developments in the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

The European Economic Community (EEC), the forebearer to the EU, is a clear example of economic regionalism.