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Les régions européennes sur la scène internationale : conditions d'accès et systèmes d'échanges

Abstract : The access of European regions to the international stage is not just a carry-over from the development of a new field of activities, nor simply a widening of their horizon of intervention and cooperation. Above all it is the outcome of a crucial evolution in the institutional architecture of powers at the heart of the European Union, an evolution which is itself linked to the transformation in modes of production and economic exchanges on a planetary scale : regions, more easily than centralized state powers, can take part in this changing scale of economic and political activity, and devise new forms of territorial governance and international relations. On the basis of political economic terms, it is suggested here that the same interpretive framework be applied to understanding the processes of globalization, continental integration and subnational regionalization.
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Jacques Palard. Les régions européennes sur la scène internationale : conditions d'accès et systèmes d'échanges. Études internationales, École supérieure d'études internationales de l'Université Laval, 1999, 30 (4), pp.657-678. ⟨10.7202/704083ar⟩. ⟨halshs-02928484⟩

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