Em setembro de 2017, a Cátedra Martius de Estudos Alemães e Europeus (DAAD), parceira do CDEA, juntamente com o German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) organizou as Jornadas Europeias na Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo.
Isso é para informar que, com base nas palestras plenárias deste evento, acaba de ser publicado na editorial Routledge um livro editado por Brigitte Weiffen e Detlef Nolte, intitulado “Regionalism under Stress: Europe and Latin America in Comparative Perspective”.
Mais informações estão disponíveis no link, onde o livro também pode ser encomendado (atualmente com desconto): https://www.routledge.com/Regionalism-Under-Stress-Europe-and-Latin-America-in-Comparative-Perspective/Nolte-Weiffen/p/book/9781138337725
Regionalism is under stress. The European Union has been challenged by the Eurozone crisis, refugee flows, terrorist attacks, Euroscepticism, and Brexit. In Latin America, regional cooperation has been stagnating.
Studying Europe and Latin America within a broader comparative perspective, this volume provides an analytical framework to assess stress factors facing regionalism. The contributors explore how economic and financial crises, security challenges, identity questions raised by immigration and refugee flows, the rise of populism, and shifting regional and global power dynamics have had an impact on regionalism; whether the EU crisis has had repercussions for regionalisms in other parts of the world; and to what extent the impact of stress factors is mediated by characteristics of the region that may provide elements of resilience. Written by specialists from Europe and Latin America with a shared interest in the new field of comparative regionalism, this book will be an invaluable resource for students, scholars and policy specialists in regional integration, European politics, EU studies, Latin American studies, and international relations and international law more generally.