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Diffusing Regional Integration: The EU and Southeast Asia
Given its distinctive structure and norms, is ASEAN's recent institutionalisation an instance of diffusion from the EU to ASEAN? Or do we observe adaptation to changes in the external and domesticExpand
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Comparative regional integration in the EU and East Asia: Moving beyond integration snobbery
In comparative regional integration (RI) analysis, the European Union's (EU) advancing of its own experience as a model is a significant problem. This article explores this problem by focusing onExpand
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The End of a Noble Narrative? European Integration Narratives after the Nobel Peace Prize
The awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize 2012 to the EU (European Union) came as a surprise. Not only was the eurozone economic crisis undermining both policy effectiveness and public support for theExpand
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A Comparative Exploration of Learning Pathways and Transition Systems in Denmark and Australia
In the area of education and training, different configurations of government with different institutional structures may produce similar or quite different educational and employment outcomes. OtherExpand
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European integration studies: The search for synthesis
The focus of this article is an assessment of the state of European integration (EI) studies at the beginning of the millennium, with particular reference to the need for new perspectives and aExpand
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Factors for Integration? Transnational Party Cooperation in the European Parliament, 1952-79
The idea that supranational institutions of the European Union (EU) such as the European Parliament (EP) actively promote integration has been manifest in discourses of the European Community (EC)Expand
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Australia and the European Superpower: Engaging with the European Union
This book examines Australia's contested engagement with the European Union (EU). Distance, myth and memory play their part. There is the myth of the British betrayal of Australia when it joined theExpand
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East Asian Regionalism and EU Studies
Abstract This article examines the development of Asian regionalism and the scholarship on regionalism in Asia in relation to EU studies. It provides a brief overview of the development and relativeExpand
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THE EU AND AUSTRALIA: BEYOND THE ‘TYRANNY OF DISTANCE’?
This chapter returns to an investigation of one of the leitmotivs of this book: the role of perceptions in the European Union’s relations with the Asia-Pacific. Adapting Australian historian GeoffreyExpand
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