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Diasporas, European Union, Politics / Political Systems, Social policy, Sociology, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Les études du CERI
300,000 French people are permanently settled in the British capital city. They do not form a monolitic community, but various social groups marked by differences in economic and cultural capital. The French state has developed a strong institutional presence to meet the needs of this London based diaspora (consular services, cultural institute, schools, business support). The system is supplemented by associative structures that provide social services. French Londoners also have their own political representation: members of the French parliament, consular advisers, members of the Advisory Committee of the Union of French Nationals Abroad. These mandates give rise to elections and an extraterritorialisation of French politics. Brexit obliges the French Londoners—who have retained their French nationality—to consider the future of their resident status. They will have to negotiate with the British State. The new migration policies of the United Kingdom will also make the possibility to settle in London more difficult for French citizens.
Actualité, Brazil, Covid-19, Health, Latin America and the Caribbean, Politics / Political Systems, Risks
Olivier Dabène and Román Perdomo (École doctorale de Sciences Po, OPALC)
Voting Far Away. Transnational Electoral Dynamics in the Ninth Constituency of French Citizens Abroad
Algeria, Burkina Faso, Collective mobilizations, Global history, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, North Africa, Political science, Politics / Political Systems, Senegal, Sociology, State, Transnational, West Africa, Les études du CERI
While it often attracts media attention for its atypical aspects, the vote of French nationals abroad has rarely been the subject of in-depth fieldwork. This study of electoral dynamics in the ninth constituency of French citizens abroad (North Africa and West Africa) during the presidential and legislative elections of 2017 questions the constraints on the nomination process and candidacies, the transnational blurring of what is at stake during the election, and the effects of atypical campaigning in electoral archipelagos characterized both by their strong localism and their particular connection to broader geopolitical issues. This contribution shows how the meanings and stakes of extraterritorial voting are multivocal depending on the actors involved (candidates, voters, local media, authorities in the host country). Does overseas voting bring about a French community abroad or does it rather reveal the persistent differentiations at work between French communities according to origin, relationship to the “host” country and to “autochtony”, social status and the temporality of integration abroad?
Actualité, China, Covid-19, Disasters, Health, Political order, Politics / Political Systems, Regulation, Risks, Social policy, State
Actualité, Covid-19, Disasters, European Union, Health, Italy, Politics / Political Systems, Risks, Social policy
Actualité, Covid-19, Disasters, Governance, Health, India, Migrations, Politics / Political Systems, Risks, Social policy
Arctic / Antarctica, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Borders, Caucasus / Central Asia, Conflict resolution, Democratization, Demography, Diasporas, Energy / Natural resources, Europeanization, Georgia, Global realm, International security, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Multilateralism, Networks, Political economy, Political science, Politics / Political Systems, Power, Religions, Russia, Russian Federation, Security policy, Sovereignty, State, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Wars / Conflicts, Les études du CERI
Anne de Tinguy (dir.)
Looking into Eurasia : the year in politics provides some keys to understand the events and phenomena that have left their imprint on a region that has undergone major mutation since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991: the post-soviet space. With a cross-cutting approach that is no way claims to be exhaustive, this study seeks to identify the key drivers, the regional dynamics and the underlying issues at stake
Argentina, Bolivia, Borders, Brazil, Collective mobilizations, Colombia, Economic transactions, Governance, Latin America and the Caribbean, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Political economy, Political order, Political science, Politics / Political Systems, Regional integration, State, Transnational, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Violence, Les études du CERI
Observatoire politique de l’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes de Sciences Po
Amérique latine - L’Année politique is a publication by CERI-Sciences Po’s Political Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean (OPALC). The study extends the work presented on the Observatory’s website (www.sciencespo.fr/opalc) by offering tools for understanding a continent that is in the grip of deep transformations.