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Scotland: Nation, Enlightenment and Empire
Clarisse Godard Desmarest
, 13 September
About: The Remaking of Scotland: Nation, Migration, Globalisation...
Liberalism, between War and Peace
, 6 September
An Interview with Michael Doyle, Part 2
In the Land of Vegetarians
, 5 July
About: Michaël Bruckert, La Chair, les hommes et les dieux : La Viande en...
The French Social Welfare Model, as Seen from the Polders
, 26 January 2011
For the Dutch, the French social model seems particularly generous....
J Street, the Lobby of the “Silent Majority”
, 19 January 2011
A new critical voice in the American Jewish Community
Will the Wedding of Australia and Asia Ever Take Place?
, 22 December 2010
Where will the borders of the East Asian community end up? Australia is...
Europe Is Afraid of Its Roma
, 10 December 2010
Since the 1990s and the collapse of the Communist bloc, thousands of “Roma”...
Ambedkar and the Critique of Caste Society
, 5 November 2010
Although less well known than Gandhi and Nehru, Ambedkar occupies a unique...
When China met Africa
Solange Guo Chatelard
, 16 July 2010
Are fears of new forms of colonization of Africa by China justified? In a...
Anti-Semitic beliefs in contemporary Poland
, 13 May 2010
Few academics have taken seriously the contents of the talk and tales that...
The Russian federation faced with the challenge of regionalisms
, 1 April 2010
Already troubled by the recognition of the independence of the Abkhazian...
Castes, untouchability and social success in India
, 18 March 2010
Even if India is a caste society, social mobility is not impossible. Many...
China and its Democratic Fiction
, 4 December 2009
What can literature teach us about China’s experience of democracy in the...
Obama and the End of the African-American Mirage
, 9 October 2009
It was no accident that Barack Obama chose Ghana for his first presidential...
Political change and democracy in China
, 15 July 2009
An interview with Wang Shaoguang
, 4 June 2009
In her latest book, Saskia Sassen undertakes a ruthless demystification of...
, 20 May 2009
The American presidential election was won by a woman: Stanley Ann Dunham....
Europe: A Deficit of Democracy?
, 19 May 2009
An Interview with Justine Lacroix
“All things are possible”. About Obama’s future policy
, 26 March 2009
Two months after taking office, is it possible to outline some elements of...
, 2 February 2009
With a heavily decried government, a corrupt administration, a flourishing...
American Military Strategy: New Thinking and Complications
, 3 November 2008
New strategies have been tested in Iraq since 2007. Mary Kaldor describes...
Global justice, local courts
, 20 June 2008
Rethinking the International Crime Court - Interview with Michael Th. Johnson
Mugged by Reality—Again:
The Iraq War as Philosophy of History
Michael C. Behrent
, 24 December 2007
The Politics of Error
, 16 October 2007
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