The United Nations University Series on Regionalism, launched by UNU-CRIS and Springer, offers a platform for innovative work on (supra-national) regionalism from a global and inter-disciplinary perspective. It includes the policy-oriented World Reports on Regional Integration, published in collaboration with other UN agencies, but it is also open for theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions from academics and policy-makers worldwide. It prominently features the outcome of research carried out at UNU-CRIS. The series has a particular focus on: comparative regionalism; comparative work on regional organizations; inter-regionalism; the role of regions in a multi-level governance context; the interactions between the UN and the regions; the regional dimensions of the reform processes of multilateral institutions; the dynamics of cross-border micro-regions and their interactions with supra-national regions; and methodological issues in regionalism studies.
Enabling the UN to play a more meaningful role in a global transition towards a more sustainable relationship with nature.
MAASTRICHT and ONLINE: On 15 November, UNU-MERIT will co-organize this event to explore the pivotal role of ASEAN diplomacy.