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Governing Disasters: Beyond Risk Culture, by Sandrine Revet and Julien Langumier (eds.)

 

Palgrave Macmillan, Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy, 2015, 260 p. 


Irreversible and exceptional events, disasters are nevertheless governed, usually in the context of specific, dedicated interventions by state authorities or NGOs, who aim to lead the affected population from a place of emergency to a new, post-disaster - but still undefined - position. How do the victims of disaster interact with the dispositifs of government and disaster? Based on extensive research - both ethnographic and historical - conducted over a long period of time in field locations as various as Hong-Kong, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, France, Argentina, and Italy...

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Former colonial powers and the management of political crises in their former colonies

 

European Review of International Studies (ERIS), 3-2014

Special issue edited by Élise Féron and Valérie Rosoux.

Contributors: Richard Banégas, Laetita Bucaille, Teresa Almeida Cravo and Maria Raquel Freire, Élise Féron, Laetitia Spetschinsky, Irina V. Bolgova, et Stephen Chan.

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Denise Fisher, Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University and at present a Visiting Scholar in the Sciences Po-CERI

Former diplomat, she served in Burma, Kenya, India, Malaysia and Washington DC and was Ambassador to Zimbabwe. The Australian Consul General in Noumea from 2001 to 2004, she is the author of France and the South Pacific: Power and Politics, Canberra, ANU E Press, 2013

 

 



Discutant : S.E. M. Christian Lechervy, Ambassadeur, Secrétaire permanent pour le Pacifique et Représentant permanent de la France auprès de la communauté du Pacifique et du Programme régional océanien de l'environnement



Président : David Camroux, Sciences Po-CERI

 

 

La présentation se déroulera en anglais; la discussion en anglais et en français

 

 

Responsable scientifique : David Camroux, Sciences Po-CERI

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Geostrategic Challenges for France in the South Pacific 14/04 For more information

 

Séminaire du groupe de recherche Sociologie de la politique étrangère du CERI

 

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David Criekemans, Université d'Anvers

 

Regional Sub-State Diplomacy Today

 


Caterina Garcia Segura
, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelone

 

L'action extérieure de la Catalogne dans une perspective souverainiste

 


Discutant : Romain Pasquier, CNRS, Sciences Po Rennes

 

 

 

Responsables scientifiques : Christian Lequesne (Sciences Po-CERI), Hugo Meijer (King's College London) et Gilles Riaux (IRSEM)

 

 

La participation à ce séminaire se fait uniquement sur inscription auprès de nathalie.tenenbaum@sciencespo.fr

 

 

Sciences Po-CERI, 56 rue Jacob, 75006 Paris / Salle du conseil


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Les politiques étrangères des gouvernements infra-étatiques 8/04 For more information

 

Débat dans le cadre du Séminaire doctoral Chine du CERI

 

 

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David Goodman, University of Sydney

 

Président et discutant : Jean-Louis Rocca, Sciences Po-CERI





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David Goodman, Class in Contemporary China, Cambridge, Polity Press, 2014
Jean-Louis Rocca, A Sociology of Modern China, London, Hurst Publishers, 2015

 

 

Responsables scientifiques : Jean-Louis Rocca, Sciences Po-CERI et Françoise Mengin, Sciences Po-CERI

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