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Gouverner par contratGovernment by Contract
2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded
La situation postcoloniale
Les postcolonial studies dans le débat françaisThe Postcolonial Situation
Post–colonial studies in the French public debate.
This unique work presents the principal authors, concepts, and problems of postcolonial studies in a contrary, yet objective style.
La politique en France et en EuropePolitics in France and in Europe
La politique internationale de l'Union européenneInternational Politics of the European Union
This work summarizes thirty years of Political Science and International Relations debate on Europe and its relations with the world.
Europe centrale et orientale
Mondialisation, européanisation et changement socialCentral and Eastern Europe
Globalisation, Europeanization and Social Change
The most complete analysis of 15 years of transition and Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe.
Repenser le nationalisme
Théories et pratiquesRethinking Nationalism
Theories and Practices
A complete outline of the most recent theories and research on nationalism, whether theoretical, normative or analytical...
Quelle identité pour l'Europe ?
Le multiculturalisme à l'épreuveWhich identity for Europe?
Expansion to the East and to the South. Debates on the role of Turkey. Elaboration and processes for the adoption of the Constitution. These developments evidence the difficulty of combining one with many, national personalities with European unity...
Tocqueville et l'esprit de la démocratie
"The Tocqueville review-La revue Tocqueville"Tocqueville and the Spirit of Democracy
Published on the occasion of the bicentenary of Tocqueville's birth this book brings together the best analyses of material written on the subject over the past 25 years in the Franco-American review dedicated to Tocqueville
Comprendre le monde pour le changer
Epistémologie du politiqueUnderstanding the world to change it
How can we establish a science of facts and unique processes for political phenomena, and take measures of social acts as we would for political decisions?