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The Commons in History: Culture, Conflict, and Ecology. By Derek Wall. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014.

The Commons in History: Culture, Conflict, and Ecology. By Derek Wall. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014. 496 Book Reviews the origins of UNASUR as a multidimensional, postneoliberal, institution- alized regionalism (chap. 2 by Carlos Espinosa) and the relationship between the United States and the NSAR in this new multipolar moment (chap. 3 by Francisco Carrión Mena). The investigation then turns to issues related to economic and social development, examining how Latin Ameri- can countries have historically failed to secure market and social incorpo- ration simultaneously (chap. 6 by Juliana Martínez Franzoni and Diego Sánchez-Ancochea) and evaluating the institutional and policy action of the UNASUR Health Council (chap. 7 by Maria Pía Riggirozzi). The third part of the book examines security and defense dynamics in the NSAR, arguing that the national defense trends in the region highlight that UNASUR is a historical step in terms of regional defense integration due to its level of political coordination (chap. 10 by Maximiliano Montenegro). In a similar vein, Chapter 11 analyzes the shift from interstate conflicts toward the rise of democratic authority in the region. The chapter assesses the importance of the Security Defense Council in UNASUR as a forum that integrates military and nonmilitary mechanisms that have the potential to eventually carry out subregional field operations, if countries http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations Brill

The Commons in History: Culture, Conflict, and Ecology. By Derek Wall. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014.

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Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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496 Book Reviews the origins of UNASUR as a multidimensional, postneoliberal, institution- alized regionalism (chap. 2 by Carlos Espinosa) and the relationship between the United States and the NSAR in this new multipolar moment (chap. 3 by Francisco Carrión Mena). The investigation then turns to issues related to economic and social development, examining how Latin Ameri- can countries have historically failed to secure market and social incorpo- ration simultaneously (chap. 6 by Juliana Martínez Franzoni and Diego Sánchez-Ancochea) and evaluating the institutional and policy action of the UNASUR Health Council (chap. 7 by Maria Pía Riggirozzi). The third part of the book examines security and defense dynamics in the NSAR, arguing that the national defense trends in the region highlight that UNASUR is a historical step in terms of regional defense integration due to its level of political coordination (chap. 10 by Maximiliano Montenegro). In a similar vein, Chapter 11 analyzes the shift from interstate conflicts toward the rise of democratic authority in the region. The chapter assesses the importance of the Security Defense Council in UNASUR as a forum that integrates military and nonmilitary mechanisms that have the potential to eventually carry out subregional field operations, if countries

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Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International OrganizationsBrill

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