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Descripción de editorial

In addition to the explicit goal of advancing mutual economic interests, regional economic organizations (REOs) are intended to foster regional cohesion and peace. Drawing on a data set detailing the institutional features of 25 REOs established during the 1980s and 1990s, complemented by a case study of ASEAN, Yoram Z. Haftel investigates the factors that affect REOs’ ability to mitigate interstate military conflict. He finds fewer interstate conflicts among REO members who have developed high levels of economic integration and who cultivate regular interaction among member-states’ representatives. Haftel concludes that, with an appropriate institutional design and fully implemented agreements, an REO can indeed play a role in mitigating interstate conflict and make a meaningful contribution to regional peace.

GÉNERO
Política y actualidad
PUBLICADO
2012
mayo 21
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
262
Páginas
EDITORIAL
University of Michigan Press
VENDEDOR
Chicago Distribution Center
TAMAÑO
3
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