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[SEMINAIRE GENERAL] “Un nouveau droit pour l’anthropocène ? Vers un droit des relations humains/non-humains ?” – 22 avril 2021

Lors de la dernière décennie, une série de nouvelles lois ont permis d’attribuer la personnalité juridique à certaines rivières : après la rivière Whanganui en Nouvelle-Zélande, reconnue en 2017 comme « entité vivante et indivisible » et sujet de droit représenté notamment par les Maoris, le Gange et le Yamuna en Inde, ce fut récemment...
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[SYMPOSIUM] “The Making of Modern International Realm: T. Hobbes to J. Bentham” 15-16 April 2021

Abstract :  Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) and Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) are usually portrayed as two central philosophers of the British modern political and legal thought. With David Armitage’s Foundations of Modern International Thought, they also appear as leading figures in the making of the modern international political thought. In Armitage’s intellectual history, the couple “Hobbes-Bentham” delimits chronologically the...
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[INTERVIEW] Chopin T. par Chatignoux C., « En Europe, la diplomatie l’a emporté sur la démocratie », Les Echos, 7 avril 2021

La Conférence sur l’avenir de l’Europe, dont le lancement est annoncé pour le 9 mai, doit être l’occasion d’une réflexion en profondeur et sans tabou sur la légitimité démocratique de l’Europe, estime Thierry Chopin, professeur de sciences politiques à l’Université catholique de Lille. Quelle est pour vous l’utilité de se lancer dans un nouveau grand...
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[JOURNAL ARTICLE] Chopin T. and Faure S. B. (2021), “Presidential Election 2022: A Euroclash Between a “Liberal” and a “Neo-Nationalist” France Is Coming” in “European Integration and National Elections After COVID-19”, Intereconomics Review of European Economic Policy, vol. 56, num 2

How could the 2022 French presidential election impact the dynamics of European integration? Generally speak-ing, there is an increasingly strong link between national elections and domestic politics on the one hand and Eu-ropean issues on the other (Bulmer and Lequesne, 2020). From the point of view of the national context in France, the presidential political...
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[JOURNAL ARTICLE] Kelbel C., Marx A. & Navarro J. (2021). Editorial: Access or Excess? Redefining the Boundaries of Transparency in the EU’s Decision-Making. Politics and Governance, 9(1), 221-225

Abstract: Over the last decades, transparency has featured prominently among the European Union’s (EU) efforts to democratize and legitimize its governance. This shift toward transparency has taken many forms and, as the contributions to this the-matic issue show, these different forms have evolved significantly over time. Yet, initiatives to enhance transparency haveoften been blamed for...
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[JOURNAL ARTICLE] von Nostitz FC (2021), “Party expats? Mapping transnational party branches of French, German and UK parties”, Comparative Migration Studies, 9(11)

Abstract Today many parties interact with members and supporters outside their national borders. One way parties do so is by establishing transnational party branches. However so far, there is a lack of theoretical and empirical research exploring this transnational aspect of party activity. This paper provides a first insight into why parties develop transnational branches,...
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[WORKSHOP] Online Workshop “Digital sustainability teaching: Innovative practices and didactics in times of crisis”, 25-26 March 2021

You are invited to an interactive exchange about opportunities and current challenges in digital sustainability teaching. Successful sustainability theory should be many things: innovative, practice-oriented, interactive, activating, reflective and transformative. From the perspective of practical teaching, it is about much more than imparting specialist knowledge. Teachers are challenged to open up new spaces for thinking,...
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[SYMPOSIUM] The Making of International Realm: Hobbes-Bentham, 15-16 April 2021

Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) and Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) are usually portrayed as two central philosophers of the British modern political and legal thought. With David Armitage’s Foundations of Modern International Thought, they also appear as leading figures in the making of the modern international political thought. In Armitage’s intellectual history, the couple “Hobbes-Bentham” delimits chronologically the formation...
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ESPOL and our Master’s programmes

Food politics, sustainable development, security, global and European politics? Are you looking for your dream Master’s degree? Would you like more information on the courses offered at ESPOL? Follow the seminar by Thibaud Deruelle, our Deputy Director of Academic Programmes, about the Master programmes.
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Découvrez ESPOL et ses programmes Master

Politique alimentaire, développement durable, sécurité, politiques mondiales et européennes ? Vous cherchez le master de vos rêves et souhaitez plus d’informations sur les formations proposées à ESPOL ? Suivez le séminaire animé par Thibaud Deruelle, notre Directeur adjoint des programmes académique au sujet des programmes Master :
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