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La Démocratie par le droit
Pologne 1989-2016
Democracy through law
Poland 1989-2016
Jérome Heurtaux
Running counter to mythical narratives, this book demonstrates how a small number of parties came to win a new political monopoly in Polland, the country of the powerful Solidarnosc union, and how they established a limited democracy and "partyocracy" on the ruins of authoritarianism.



L'Union européenne et la paix
The European union and peace
Anne Bazin, Charles Tenenbaum
From a socio-historical perspective, this volume puts forward an analysis of the process of institutionalisation and professionalisation occurring at the European level and presents a panorama of European actors involved in international peace-making. It is illustrated by three cases: the Middle East, Somalia, and Caucasia.



La Banque d'Angleterre
Une marche erratique vers l'indépendance 1977-2007
The bank of England
An erratic march towards independence 1977-2007
Sylviane de Saint Seine
This book closely observes the evolution, punctuated by periodic experiments and spectacular turnarounds, towards one of most significant institutional reforms in post-war United Kingdom : the bank of England.



Le régime politique de l'Union européenne
4e édition mise à jour et augmentée
The political regime of the european union
4th edition updated and enlarged
Paul Magnette
Moving beyond traditional dichotomies and making compromise the main principle of European political life, this volume constitutes a genuine reference that allows us to better understand the challenges facing the European Union.



Géopolitique de la démocratisation
L'Europe et ses voisinages
The Geopolitics of Democratisation
Europe and its neighbours
Jacques Rupnik
The EU's greatest success of the past twenty years remains the expansion of its democratic model to Eastern Europe. But its neighborhood policy should be reassessed in the light of the Ukrainian crisis, the Arab revolutions, etc. By the most prominent experts, this book invites readers to reconsider the relationship between the EU and its borders.



Les chemins de l'État de droit
La voie étroite des pays entre Europe et Russie
Rule of Law as State-Making
The European Neighbourhood in Perspective
Florent Parmentier
This clear and well-documented study on the emergence of the rule of law in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus offers reflections which can also be applied to other contexts, in particular the events of the Arab Spring.



Agora débats/jeunesses 67, 2014
Jeunes européens : quelles valeurs en partage ?
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La citoyenneté européenne
Un espace quasi étatique
European Citizenship and the Quasi-State
Teresa Pullano
Teresa Pullano presents a strong new perspective on European citizenship. Incorporating ideas from many philosophers such as Étienne Balibar and Michel Foucault, she illustrates how a reconceptualization of European citizenship is taking place.



Accès à l'énergie en Europe
Les précaires invisibles
European Energy Access
Invisible Insecurity
François Bafoil, Ferenc Fodor, Dominique Le Roux
In a Europe with limited budgets and faltering solidarity, how can we reduce the fuel poverty of a growing percentage of the population? This volume compares policies developed in United Kingdom, France, Germany, Poland and Hungary to deal with this phenomenon.



Le reflux de l'Europe
The Ebbing of Europe
Zaki Laïdi
An incisive essay on Europe's strenghts and weaknesses, as it seems to be stepping back on the international scene.



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