Regional integration and social cohesion risc is an interdisciplinary and multilingual english french german spanish italian and portuguese series that examines the human and environmental impacts of regional integration defined legally politically supranationalism economically globalization socially identity and geographically borders. The history of the european project reveals that regional integration can hardly be confined to the economic domain what explains the important eu involvement in the social field over the years is the strong attachment of european citizens to their social protection systems and to a regulated model of market capitalism. This book is a significant contribution to the relatively unexplored relationship between social cohesion and regional integration in the developing world candice moore the editor bemoans the woeful underrepresentation in the academy of the african unionaeurtms au social development programme instead scholars focus on a single aspect of that programme the auaeurtms role in conflict . This book examines key challenges to the cultivation of social cohesion at the regional and national levels it asks the question whether regional integration as currently practised presents a hospitable site for the cultivation and delivery of social goods in africa and elsewhere in the developing world
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