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Regionalism and its shelters. The probes of the cold war era and the post cold war era

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  • Ioana-Bianca Berna
  • Daniela-Anamaria Radu
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    Nowadays, the world`s stares of wonderment revolve around how successful regional actors have become in channeling the regional organizations they created in envisioning a set of prescriptions for a law-abiding regional conduct. Many of the regional products of today`s were blueprinted by the socialization of normative convergence of former periods. Our article is not intended to disseminate on-look perspectives upon the state of the regional security environment in different parts of the world, nor to disseminate the anemoscope of how wide the regional organizations have shot in furnishing the appropriate results for the regional security environment. Our purposeful aim is to deliver an extradite of how regionalism has been bestowed upon an attendant position in global arena, by juxtaposing the Cold War Era and the post-Cold War Era. We jibed the agreement that transitive acquiescing has been performed between the two types of regionalism during these two time-frames. Also, we account for the consideration that regionalism enlarges on the expatiations of compounded interestingness between the actors, geographically encroached into a regional area, which entertain topics of engagement, based on a considerable amount of concern with each other and on an equivalency of interest in a plurality of security situations.

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    Article provided by Fundatia Amfiteatru in its journal 63-71.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 1 (May)
    Pages: 63-71

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    Handle: RePEc:amf:ijpmfa:v:1:y:2013:i:1:p:63-71
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