Les grandes questions internationales contemporaines, en textes et en images, avec les contributions de l'un des centres de recherche les plus prestigieux de Sciences Po.
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
This book looks at the way in which populists come to power, how they use it, and how they keep it. It examines that social foundations of "populist powers" as well as the forces that resist them. Indeed, populism can also be merely temporary, quickly curtailed by strong institutions able to protect the rule of law.
Populismes au pouvoir
Alain Dieckhoff, Christophe Jaffrelot
Using illustrated and annotated overviews, along with maps, "Global issues" focuses on the major interpretations of war as we know it, whether in the decline in inter-state conflicts, the continual normalization of states of emergency, or the transformation of the forms and spaces of combat.
Guerres et conflits armés au XXIe siècle
Benoît Pelopidas, Frédéric Ramel
This book reveals the deep complexity of a contemporary space in perpetual tension between secularisation and the re-enchantment of the world.
Alain Dieckhoff, Philippe Portier
A global overview of environmental issues raised by the new policies of the Earth by the best scholars in the field — philosophers, economists, sociologists, historians, engineers, political scientists and international relations experts.
Global Issues: A New Geopolitical Series on Globalization with a focus on a specific global challenge : Migrations
Christophe Jaffrelot, Christian Lequesne
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?