Wolf Grabendorff, Reimund Seidelmann (eds.)

Relations between the European Union and Latin America

Biregionalism in a Changing Global System

Baden-Baden Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, April 2005, 443 Pages ISBN 3-8329-1139-1 [IPS, Bd. 57]

The volume describes, analyses, and evaluates EU-Latin American relation in general with special reference to MERCOSUR and the Carribean. It combines empirical analyses of the development of this relation with a systematic discussion of regionalisation and biregionalism and includes discussions about future developments. In addition, it relates this "biregional" relation into the general framework of global change, U.S.-EU-Latin American relations, and Latin American regionalisation processes. The project summarizes results from a research project, in which leading Latin American and European scholars jointly explored possibilities and limits of EU-Latin American cooperation in the past, present, and future.

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