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European Union, Europeanization, Foreign policy, France, Politics / Political Systems, Transnational, Western Europe, Les dossiers du CERI
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Caucasus / Central Asia, Conflict resolution, Democratization, Economic transactions, European Union, Fight against crime and corruption, International security, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Politics / Political Systems, Regional integration, Russia, Russian Federation, Sovereignty, State, Tajikistan, Trade, Transnational, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Wars / Conflicts, Les études du CERI
Anne de Tinguy (Dir.)
Palestine: From an untraceable State to an impossible nation. What purpose do Palestinian leaders serve?
Conflict resolution, Democratization, Governance, Israel, Middle East, Palestine, Peace / Peacekeeping, Politics / Political Systems, Sovereignty, State, Territory, Violence, Wars / Conflicts, Les études du CERI
Today, the creation of a Palestinian state appears to be a distant possibility: the international community rejected to manage the issue, and the leadership in these territories weakened because of its divisions, revealing their inability to advance. Both the political and the territorial partition between the Gaza strip, governed by the Hamas and the West Bank, under Palestinian authority in line with Fatah, reveal a profound crisis that questions the very contours of Palestinian politics. It also shows that Hamas’ integration in the political game made it impossible to pursue the security subcontacting system. Maintaining the system avoids reconstructing the Palestinian political community, and makes it difficult to develop a strategy that moves towards sovereignty. Since October 2015, the popular and pacific resistance project has been shelved by the return of the violence against Israeli civilians. The Palestinian leadership counts on internationalization of the cause, which has shown mediocre results. Will the replacement of Mahmoud Abbas by his competitors permit to leave the rut?
Brazil, Collective mobilizations, Emerging States, Energy / Natural resources, Globalization, Governance, Latin America and the Caribbean, Political economy, Politics / Political Systems, Poverty, Power, Regional integration, Social policy, Les dossiers du CERI
Economic transactions, Emerging States, Globalization, India, Politics / Political Systems, South Asia, Trade, Les dossiers du CERI
European Union, Political science, Politics / Political Systems, Transnational, Western Europe, Les études du CERI
In the last decade, the EU has been challenged by major phenomena, such as the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty and the economic and financial crisis. Unlike other policy areas, where the logic of action and institutional interplays have consequently changed, enlargement constitutes a “paradox”, having largely been resistant to such impact factors. That is, “intergovernmental supranationalism” has remained the dominant feature of the enlargement polity, politics and policy. Even though the overall result has not changed, there has been change in the configuration among the intergovernmental and the supranational elements. That is, while on the one hand intergovernmental forces have increased, on the other hand, all three dimensions have primarily been hit by the “technicality turn”, consequently fostering the supranational momentum. Finally, an overall new balance has been reached under the “old” intergovernmental supranational umbrella.
Bulgaria, Central and Eastern Europe, Democratization, Europeanization, Fight against crime and corruption, Governance, Politics / Political Systems, Social policy, Les dossiers du CERI