The Process of Regionalization and Its Effect on Complex Environmental Regimes
Published: 30 April 2021
Journal of Sustainable Development , Volume 14; doi:10.5539/jsd.v14n3p164
Abstract: I believe that the phenomenon of regionalization that currently gains weight as a characteristic of the international system bears a great potential for increasing the effectiveness of complex international environmental regimes. Constituting a sub-level within the international system, macro-regions create a bridge between the anarchy of the international system and the order of the state, by doing so, allowing for a certain amount of intra-regional cooperation to emerge and facilitating inter-regional coordination. The corresponding fragmentation of complex environmental regimes into sub-regimes consisting of groups of states sharing certain characteristics and interests can be expected to contribute to an increase in their effectiveness.
Keywords: international system / regional / sub regimes / complex environmental regimes
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