regionalism

Important but De-centred: ASEAN's Role in the Southeast Asian Human Rights Space

Mathew Davies, ‘Important but De-centred: ASEAN’s Role in the Southeast Asian Human Rights Space’, TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, 5(1) 2017: 99-119.

Regionalism and Colonialism in Contemporary Oceania

Regionalism in Oceania emerged in a context shaped both by the decolonization movement as well as the Cold War, the dynamics of which are still being played out today. This paper considers two cases of particular interest in current regional politics which illustrate a number of important contradictions in conventional approaches to the analysis of colonialism.

East Asian Regionalism: Much Ado About Nothing?

John Ravenhill, ‘East Asian Regionalism: Much Ado About Nothing?’ IR Working Paper 2008/3, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Aff

East Asia and Sub-Regional Diversity: Initiatives, Institutions and Identity

Published in Lorraine Elliott and Shaun Breslin, eds, Comparative Environmental Regionalism, New York: Routledge, 2011, pp. 56-75.

Comparative Environmental Regionalism

Lorraine Elliott and Shaun Breslin, eds, Comparative Environmental Regionalism, New York: Routledge, 2011.

A Community of Practice: Explaining Change and Continuity in ASEAN's Diplomatic Environment

Mathew Davies, ‘A Community of Practice: Explaining Change and Continuity in ASEAN’s Diplomatic Environment’, Pacific Review, 29(2) 2016: 211-33.

The Mood in Melanesia after the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands

Melanesia is becoming a region of many partners, expanding diplomatic options and a new sense of independence.

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