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Critique internationale 38, janvier - mars 2008
Les chemins de la globalisation culturelle
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De l'invisibilité à l'islamophobie
Les musulmans britanniques (1945-2010)
From Invisibility to Islamophobia
British Muslims (1945-2010)
Olivier Esteves
The author analyzes the place of Muslims in British society. This work on a foreign experience helps to better understand the public debate on immigration and integration, its corollary now almost obligatory.



Eglises en réseaux
Trajectoires politiques entre Europe et Amérique
Ariel Colonomos



L'enjeu mondial. Les pays émergents
Global Issues
Emerging Nations
Christophe Jaffrelot
Rising oil prices, resource crises, global warming, sovereign wealth, outsourcing…Emerging nations are united in these issues and are drawing global development along. Who are they, really? What impact do they really have?



L'expérience démocratique en Algérie (1988-1992)
Apprentissages politiques et changement de régime
The Algerian Democratic Experiment (1988-1992)
Political lessons and regime change
Myriam Aït-Aoudia
In 1989 in Algeria, a pluralist democracy replaced an authoritarian system. How this democratic experiment was organized? And how has it failed three years later? A key book to understand the singular position of Algeria and its "stability" during the "Arab revolutions".



Exporter la démocratie ?
Exporting Democracy ?
Guy Hermet
Succumbing neither to absolute pessimism nor to blindness, this work reviews the likelihood of the consolidation of young democracies and the establishment of numerous, enduring authoritarian systems...



Faire la paix
La part des institutions internationales
Making Peace
The Role of International Institutions
Guillaume Devin
Do international institutions really contribute to building a lasting peace? If it is impossible to fight against the recommendations of international institutions, it will become difficult to reject them as a means of making peace.



Faut-il ouvrir les frontières ?
Should we open the borders ?
Updated 3rd edition
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
The negative side effects of closing the borders are manifold. To the victims, and those who have no papers and no rights, we must also add those in refugee camps, the mafia smuggling economy, the economic and demographic deficits linked to lack of mobility, without mentioning the exorbitant costs of closure and expulsion policies.



Le G20, laboratoire d'un monde émergent
The G20 Summit, Laboratory of an Emerging World
Karoline Postel-Vinay
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the G20 has established itself as the primary forum for international economic cooperation. This book is an insightful analysis of its rise and its impact on the international order at a turning point of its trajectory.



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