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Critique internationale 78, janvier-mars 2018
Avec ou sans les frères. Les islamistes arabes face à la résilience autoritaire
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Terres, pouvoirs et conflits
Une agro-histoire du monde
Land, power and conflict
An agrohistory of the world
Pierre Blanc
Because land possession remains a critical political objective, Pierre Blanc reviews contemporary history by placing the issue of land ownership at the heart of power relations. This book provides an agrohistory of the world in order to shed light on the geopolitical issues of the 21st century.

L'Enjeu mondial. Religion & politique
Global issues : religion & politics
Alain Dieckhoff, Philippe Portier
This book reveals the deep complexity of a contemporary space in perpetual tension between secularisation and the re-enchantment of the world. 

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.

Critique internationale 76, juillet-septembre 2017
La (dé)politisation des organisations internationales

Les Champs de Mars 29
Les conséquences de la crise ukrainienne en Europe

L'ordre hiérarchique international
Les luttes de rang dans la diplomatie multilatérale
International Hierarchies
Vincent Pouliot
Despite the principle of sovereign equality that underpins the very concept of international relations, not all ambassadors wield the same amount of power at the table during multilateral negotiations. Vincent Pouliot offers a guided tour through the back rooms of global politics.

Théories de la sécurité
Security Theories
Critical approaches
Thierry Balzacq
Would critical approaches help thinking security? This is the bias of this book that highlights and discusses the contributions of critical approaches to our understanding of security.

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