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Cooperación Interregional e Interregionalismo: Una Aproximación Socialconstructivista

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  • Julia Schünemann

    (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales (ICEI))

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En el contexto de la post-guerra fría las regiones han surgido con fuerza como actores de la sociedad internacional, y están asumiendo identidades cada vez más pronunciadas y diversas. A través de sus relaciones externas y su interacción mutua se abren nuevos espacios como agentes del sistema internacional. La cooperación interregional es un proceso que merece ser analizado en sus propios términos. Es importante identificar el proceso de cooperación como factor constitutivo para las regiones que lo protagonizan y para el tipo de interregionalismo que emerge. También es pertinente estudiar el potencial impacto del interregionalismo en su naturaleza de institución social en la gobernanza global y en la génesis de un nuevo orden mundial. La perspectiva teórica del socialconstructivismo permite tener en cuenta esas dimensiones de la cooperación interregional y del interregionalismo.

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  • Julia Schünemann, 2006. "Cooperación Interregional e Interregionalismo: Una Aproximación Socialconstructivista," Working Papers del Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales 0605, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales.
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