Daniel Compagnon

Daniel Compagnon, is a professor at Sciences Po Bordeaux. He is the co-author of Transnational Climate Governance (Cambridge University Press, 2014), and a contributor to Négociations Internationales (2013) and L'Enjeu mondial : l'environnement (2015), for the Presses de Sciences Po.

Les Politiques de biodiversité
The politics of biodiversity
Daniel Compagnon, Estienne Rodary
The politicisation of biodiversity is the subject of this pluri-disciplinary book, which brings together a range of scientific fields & covers previously neglected dimensions of this issue, including economies of scale, the political impact of the scientific categories mobilised by actors & the instrumentalization of international norms by states.

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L'Enjeu mondial.
Guerres et conflits armés au XXIe siècle
Global issues
War and armed conflict in the 21st century
Benoît Pelopidas, Frédéric Ramel
Using illustrated and annotated overviews, along with maps, "Global issues" focuses on the major interpretations of war as we know it, whether in the decline in inter-state conflicts, the continual normalization of states of emergency, or the transformation of the forms and spaces of combat.

L'enjeu mondial. L'environnement
Global Issues. The environment
François Gemenne
A global overview of environmental issues raised by the new policies of the Earth by the best scholars in the field — philosophers, economists, sociologists, historians, engineers, political scientists and international relations experts.

Négociations internationales
International Negotiations
Franck Petiteville, Delphine Placidi-Frot
Peace, trade, nuclear, environment, Europe... Multilateralism requires players to constantly negotiate. A very useful synthesis on the specifics of the multilateral negotiations for professionals, teachers and students.

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