Requirements for Effective European Leadership in Science and Cultural Diplomacy on (Inter) Regionalism in the South

Kingah, Stephen, Amaya, Ana B. and Van Langenhove, Luk (2016). Requirements for Effective European Leadership in Science and Cultural Diplomacy on (Inter) Regionalism in the South. UNU Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies.

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    Author Kingah, Stephen
    Amaya, Ana B.
    Van Langenhove, Luk
    Title Requirements for Effective European Leadership in Science and Cultural Diplomacy on (Inter) Regionalism in the South
    Volume/Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2016
    Place of Publication Bruges
    Publisher UNU Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies
    Language eng
    Abstract

    This inception paper expatiates on the conditions that are necessary in determining the effectiveness of the European Union’s (the EU’s) leadership in science and cultural diplomacy (SCD) on regionalism and inter-regionalism in the South. These conditions include willingness, capacity and acceptance. Willingness delineates the scope of the ambition of the EU in SCD. Capacity covers elements that pertain to breadth and depth/ quality and quantity of resources mobilized and available to lead SCD that delivers results. Acceptance refers to the nature of the credibility that the EU is able to command both within and outside the Union respecting its influence to attract followers both amongst Member States of the Union as well as third states, regional and international organizations. The emphasis of the paper is on effectiveness in terms of impact on regionalism and inter-regionalism in the South. Focus is placed on regional and inter-regional processes/ initiatives in Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America.

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