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Le Paradoxe du macronisme
The paradox of Macronism
Luc Rouban
In order to try and retrace the DNA of Macronism after a year of scandals, Luc Rouban draws on large-scale surveys of French public opinion, as well as on the entourage of the President and the new Assembly.



Le Vote disruptif
Les élections présidentielle et législatives de 2017
The disruptive vote
The presidential and legislative elections of 2017
Pascal Perrineau
A process of creative destruction of a rare intensity swept through the French political system during the 2017 elections, comparable to a devastated battleground. After the storm, now comes the time for analysis and the first research results.



Sphère publique, intérêts privés
Enquête sur un grand brouillage
Public sphere, private interests
Investigating the blurring of boundaries
Pierre France, Antoine Vauchez
By tracing the role the profession of business lawyer has acquired within the confines of the state and the market, the authors of this fascinating investigation explore the contours of this grey area at the edge of political and administrative institutions. What does this ascension cost us today, both politically and democratically ?



Revue française de science politique 68-5, octobre 2018
Elections françaises 2017 (2)
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Pourquoi détestons-nous autant nos politiques ?
Why do we hate our politicians so much?
Emiliano Grossman, Nicolas Sauger
Using the tools of political science, Emiliano Grossman and Nicolas Sauger have drawn up a diagnosis of this French malady, identifying its causes and offering a number of roads to recovery.



Le règne des entourages
Cabinets et conseillers de l'exécutif
The Reign of the Entourage
Executive Councillors and Advisors
Jean-Michel Eymeri-Douzans, Xavier Bioy, Stéphane Mouton
As erudite as it is enjoyable, this volume opens up new avenues for reflection, enriching the debate on the role and influence of the Prince's advisors.



Les faux-semblants du Front national
Sociologie d'un parti politique
The False Pretences of the Front National
The sociology of a political party
Sylvain Crépon, Alexandre Dézé, Nonna Mayer
Since Marine Le Pen was elected president of the Front National in 2011, the party has broken all its electoral records, attracted an unprecedented number of new supporters, and elected the most officials ever in its history. But has the party truly changed? Fundamentally, the answer is no. This is the conclusion of the thorough investigation.



La diplomatie sur le vif
Roland Dumas
Between memoirs and debate, Former Foreign Minister Roland Dumas comments here the slow and difficult passage between two centuries as one of the main players in an exceptional period in terms of international relation.



Nicolas Sarkozy. Mesure et démesure du discours
(2007-2012)
Nicolas Sarkozy. Measure and Excess in His Speeches
Damon Mayaffre
An analysis of the oratorical secrets, manipulation techniques and favourite words of Nicolas Sarkozy, who invented a new kind of expression, shocking many in the process and creating an authentic break in the history of the 5th Republic! .



Le discours présidentiel sous la Ve République
Chirac, Mitterrand, Giscard, Pompidou, de Gaulle
Presidential speech under the Fifth Republic
Chirac, Mitterrand, Giscard, Pompidou, de Gaulle
Damon Mayaffre
A passionate reading of the evolution of presidential speeches since 1958, in which we see delivery take precedence over content: the leader replaces the idea and political thought becomes a matter of communication.



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