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Art versus War
Les artistes américains contre la guerre en Irak
Art vs War
American artists against the war in Iraq
Violaine Roussel
From Michael Moore to Sean Penn and Susan Sarandon, numerous Hollywood stars protest again the war in Iraq. This book deciphers the logic behind the engagement of artists, perfomers and celebrities, drawing new ties between art and politics.



Atlas de la mondialisation 2010
Comprendre l'espace mondial contemporain - Dossier spécial Russie
Atlas of Globalization
Special report on Russia
Marie-Françoise Durand, Philippe Copinschi, Benoît Martin, Patrice Mitrano, Delphine Placidi-Frot
More than just an atlas, this work is a true tollbox. Acessible and instructional, the atlas describes the dynamic paradoxical changes essential for a full comprehension of globalization processes, with a special report on Russia.



Violence de la rente pétrolière
Algérie - Libye - Irak
Violence and Oil Wealth
Algeria - Libya - Iraq
Luis Martinez
This book offers the first global approach on the impact of oil wealth in Algeria, Libya and Iraq from 1970 to 2008. Luis Martinez gives elements of causalities to the "Arabic spring", in particular in the oil-rich countries.



Les gouvernements New Labour
Le bilan de Tony Blair et de Gordon Brown
New Labour Governments
Tony Blair and Gordon Brown
Florence Faucher, Patrick Le Galès
This book provides a clear assessment of the New Labour public policies and their outcomes in Britain under the leadership of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown from 1997 to 2009.



Le sexe de la mondialisation
Genre, classe, race et nouvelle division du travail
The Sex of Globalization
Gendre, class, race and the new division of labor
Jules Falquet, Helena Hirata, Danièle Kergoat, Brahim Labari, Nicky Le Feuvre, Fatou Sow
Gender is a central organizer of contemporary neoliberal globalization. Uniting international specialists on issues rarely confronted, this work renews criticism of the economic, social, political, cultural, ideological consequences of globalization.



Loin des yeux, près du coeur
Les États et leurs expatriés
Out of Sight, Never out of Mind
States and their Expats
Stéphane Dufoix, Carine Guerassimoff, Anne de Tinguy
For three decades, in light of evolutions of the global migratory system and technological transformations, migrants retain closer ties to theirs countries of origin. The focus of this innovative work is to present a panorama of these transformations.



Chine ou Japon : quel leader pour l'Asie ?
China or Japan: Which leader for Asia?
Claude Meyer
Both China and Japan have strong assets to claim for the leadership in Asia. This stimulating essay presents the recent developments in China and in Japan, in terms of economic evolutions but also with respect to their global strategic ambitions.



L'Enjeu mondial
Les migrations
Global Issues
Migrations
Christophe Jaffrelot, Christian Lequesne
Global Issues: A New Geopolitical Series on Globalization with a focus on a specific global challenge : Migrations



Le Cambodge de 1945 à nos jours
Cambodia
From 1945 up Today
Philippe Richer
An history of contemporay Cambodia.



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.



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