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Mot-clé : Le nouveau gouvernement du monde Georges Corm_x
Source: Calenda

Trente ans d'histoire des relations internationales

OpenEdition (15 dec. 2012)

Créée à la suite du Congrès international des sciences historiques de Bucarest, tenu en 1980, et rattachée elle-même au Comité international du même nom (CISH), la Commission d’histoire des relations internationales (CHRI) vient d’avoir trente ans. Organisé à cette occasion par l’ ...

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Source: HAL

Argentina, Brazil and Mexico fall into turmoil. Quo vadis America?

Salama, Pierre (15 apr. 2015)

From 2003 to 2012, a new period appears in Latin America. Growth is higher, the «basics» ( trade balance, budgetary balance, international reserves, unemployment, formal employment, inflation) more often better, social policies are more or less important depending on the country, poverty recedes ...

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Source: HAL

Receiving immigrant children and immigrants' children in french schools‎ : education between family culture and host country culture

Lanier, Valérie (14 dec. 2011)

Immigrant(s') children are the purveyors of a family tongue and culture which differ from that of the host country and its education system, when in fact, family culture and the mother-tongue play a major role in harmonious child development and in his/her integration into society. School, which ...

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Source: HAL

La mosquée Muhammad al-Amîn à Beyrouth : mausolée involontaire de Rafic Hariri

Mermier, Franck (2009)

Muhammad al-Amin Mosque in Beirut: Rafik al-Hariri's unintended mausoleumPlans for the construction of the Muhammad al-Amin mosque go back to the 1950's. It was not until October 2003, however, that the Mufti of the Lebanese Republic, Muhammad Qabbani, and Prime Minister Rafik Hariri ...

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Source: HAL

Political communication anf confessionalism in Lebanon : the case of the 2009 parliamentary elections

Mounzer-Karam, Nadine, (28 nov. 2012)

In a Middle Eastern context where the Sunni-Shia conflict is becoming more and more obvious, we ask ourselves if the political communications and electoral speeches of the Future Movement and of Hezbollah do reflect the sectarian division and the Sunni-Shia conflict in Lebanon. This thesis on “ ...

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Source: HAL

Planned housing manufacture in the form of "KDTM" (Khu Đô Thị Mới) in Hanoi : the city of quarters or/and the city of projects ?

Tran, Minh Tung (15 dec. 2014)

This research is aimed to analyze KDTM* which is considered as the typical repre-sentative of new residential areas in Hanoi and also a very important contemporary factor of the implementation of centrally planned housing projects in particular and the (re)structure of Hanoi’s space in general ...

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Source: Theses.fr

The perception of the terrorist phenomenon in the American, French and Lebanese media through the 9/11 attacks and the assassination of the former Prime minister Rafic Hariri the 14th of February 2005

Assaf, Valérie (28 nov. 2011)

Le 11 septembre 2001 est devenu une date butoir du terrorisme international car les attentats qui ont frappé New York visaient à déstabiliser l’hyper puissance de ce siècle. Ces attaques ont bénéficié d’une très large couverture médiatique. Il serait donc intéressant de voir comment un ...

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Source: HAL

Rousseau, la philosophie française du XVIIIe et du XIXe siècles et l'invention des États nations au XIXe. L'exemple de la Turquie d'Atatürk"

Grange, Juliette (4 may 2012)

On tente de montrer à travers l'exemple de J-J Rousseau et des Lumières, mais aussi du positivisme de Comte, l'influence de la philosophie française des Lumières dans la constitution des États-Nations méditerranéens, en particulier de la Turquie moderne de Mustapha Kemal, lui-même ...

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Source: Hypotheses.org

Construction dialogique des énoncés chez Amin Maalouf

Fida Dakroub (2 jul. 2014)

GÉNÉRALITÉS Parmi les écrivains francophones d’origine arabe, Amin Maalouf est considéré comme l’Homère du roman historique. Né à la croisée de l’Histoire du Mashreq, il possède plusieurs appartenances identitaires. Homme d’Orient et d’Occident, de la chrétienté et de la ...

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Source: Liens Socio

Cinéma et mondialisation. Une esthétique des inégalités

Zenati, Afifa (18 apr. 2011)

Un ouvrage de Vincent Lowy (Le bord de l'eau, coll. "Mondialisation, culture et communication", 2011)Militant pour le respect de l'environnement ...

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