Stéphane Paquin, Professeur titulaire, École nationale d'administration publique, Montréal
Born in the 1970s in the US, the UK and Canada, international political economy (IPE) has helped us to understand the transformations of the international scene. A critical overview of the main actors, debates and paradigms that structure the discipline.
Cultures scientifiques et hégémonie américaine
This is the first book to be published in French social sciences that is dedicated to this aspect of international relations. It presents a series of cross-cutting analyses and focuses on concrete cases, illustrated with maps and graphs, to shed light on the way this approach is used, its effects, and the new models it gives rise to.
Les Etats et leur diplomatie publique
How does public policy evolve in times of crisis? The comparative and international framework proposed in this book are important in understanding public action during times of crises, including the COVID 19 pandemic.
2008 et ses suites
Patrick Hassenteufel, Sabine Saurugger