Previous Chapter Chapter 29: ‘The European and the Universal Process’? European Union Studies, New Regionalism and Global Governance

Alex Warleigh-Lack

In: Handbook of European Union Politics

Chapter 29: ‘The European and the Universal Process’? European Union Studies, New Regionalism and Global Governance

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‘The European and the Universal Process’? European Union Studies, New Regionalism and Global Governance
‘The european and the universal process’? European Union studies, new regionalism and global governance

In one of his classic articles (Haas 1961), whose subtitle is of course echoed in the title of this chapter, Ernst Haas argued that the European experiment with international integration should be reproduced in other parts of the globe in the name of what we might now call ‘good governance’. However, neofunctionalists such as Haas were ultimately less than sanguine about the feasibility of such mimicry (Nye 1971). They also considered that even if it were to occur, the spreading of the ‘European model’ would in all likelihood detract from ‘universal’ (or global) integration, because it would create ...

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