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Emerging Capitalism in Central Europe and Southeast Asia. A Comparison of Political Economies, by François Bafoil

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Palgrave Macmillan, September 2014, 256 p.


The book examines the emergence of different forms of capitalism in Central-Eastern states in Europe and Mekong states within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). All of them (but Thailand) have historically disappeared from the regional maps for long periods of time due to colonial or imperial rule. Most of them were previously members of a soviet-type economy, and they all joined ASEAN or the European Union in the 1990s or in the 2000s. These states are characterized by a strong urge toward feelings of national sovereignty due to their experiences with colonialism and imperialism. 

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Global IR and Regional Worlds. Beyond Sahibs and Munshis: A New Agenda for International Studies

The transformations at play in the contemporary international system are not merely political, they also have echoes in academic debates. Indeed the challenge to the West caused by the rise of emerging powers as well the search for new forms of global governance. By highlighting these double transformations at play in the contemporary world, Amitav Acharya seeks to encourage a movement beyond a Western centrism in the study of international relations and contribute to the development of an international relations discipline which will be at the same time more pluralist and more globally encompassing.

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Shiism and Politics in the Middle East, by Laurence Louër
The author argues that local political imperatives have been the crucial factor determining the direction of Shiite states in the Middle East. The book contributes to dispelling the myth of the determining power of Iran in the politics of Iraq, Bahrain and other Arab states with significant Shiite populations.
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Karachi. Ordered Disorder and the Struggle for the City, by Laurent Gayer
Since the mid-1980s, Karachi has endured endemic political conflict and criminal violence, which revolve around control of the city and its resources (votes, land and bhatta — ‘protection’ money). These struggles for the city have become ethnicised. In the process, Karachi, often referred to as a ‘Pakistan in miniature’, has become increasingly fragmented, socially as well as territorially.
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The Transformational Effects of the Oil and Gas Strategy of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, by Gareth Stansfield
An entity — or entities — existing within and across the boundaries of sovereign states established in the aftermath of World War I, Kurdistan, or the ‘Kurdistans’ of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran, have rarely engaged in actions and activities that may be considered to be ‘transformational’ in terms of how they would impact upon the broader milieu of Middle Eastern political and economics lives.
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Research Group on Theories of International relations

 

With: Darrel Moellendorf, Professor, Goethe-Universität (Frankfurt) and principal investigator of "Normative Orders"

 

Discussant: Margaux Le Donné, Sciences Po

 

Academic Coordinator: Ariel Colonomos, Senior Research Fellow, CNRS

 

http://blogs.sciences-po.fr/recherche-theories-relations-internationales/

 

The seminar will take place at Sciences Po's Doctoral School

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Research Group on Theories of International relations

 

With: Monica Serrano, Professor of International Relations, Colegio de Mexico.

 

Discussant: Pierre Hassner, Associate Fellow at CERI-Sciences Po

 

Academic Coordinator: Ariel Colonomos, Senior Research Fellow, CNRS

 

http://blogs.sciences-po.fr/recherche-theories-relations-internationales/

 

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Table ronde à l'occasion de la publication de

"Vers un 'multiculturalisme' policier ? La lutte contre la radicalisation en France, aux Pays-Bas et au Royaume-Uni" (Etude du CERI n° 206, septembre 2014)

 

 

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Francesco Ragazzi, Université de Leiden (Pays-Bas), chercheur associé au CERI-Sciences Po, auteur de l'Etude

 

 

Laurent Bonelli, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense

   Quelques réflexions sur les développements récents de la lutte contre la radicalisation en France


Riva Kastoryano, CNRS/CERI-Sciences Po

   Entre diaspora et oumma. Définir l'appartenance territoriale des jeunes musulmans d'Europe

 

 

 

Discutant : Bernard Godard, Bureau central des cultes, ministère de l'Intérieur

 

 

 

Le gouvernement français a récemment annoncé un plan de lutte contre la radicalisation assorti d’une série de mesures qui ont pour but de prévenir le passage à l’acte violent. Si le terme de radicalisation n’est pas nouveau dans le langage politique français, il marque un tournant dans une politique antiterroriste qui, bien que reposant en grande partie sur des mesures administratives, était jusqu'alors avant tout dominée par une approche judicaire. La France se rapproche ainsi des Pays-Bas et du Royaume-Uni, qui ont développé ce type de politiques depuis la moitié des années 2000. Mais que signifie exactement  lutter contre la radicalisation ? Comment expliquer ce nouveau tournant du gouvernement français, et que peut-on apprendre de dix ans d’expériences de ces deux pays européens ? Cette étude montre que la lutte contre la radicalisation agit comme un discours efficace de légitimation de l’action policière au-delà de ses domaines de compétence habituels, en investissant de nombreux domaines de "gestion de la diversité" tels que l’école, la religion ou les politiques sociale. Elle retrace la diffusion de ce discours au sein des instances européennes et analyse, au travers de la notion de "multiculturalisme policier",  les effets de ses déclinaisons juridique et administrative.

 

 

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