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in The Member States of the European Union Sous la direction de BULMER Simon, LEQUESNE Christian Publié en 2020-04-15
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This chapter provides an overview of the European Union and its member states. It first explains why the member states matter in the EU before discussing the role of member states in the EU, with particular emphasis on three approaches to understanding member state-EU relations: intergovernmentalism, institutionalism, and governance approaches. It then examines the Europeanization of the member states as well as the domestic politics approach, which claims that it is impossible to understand the EU without considering domestic politics. It concludes by presenting the logic and structure of this volume: how the relationship between the EU and its member states will be portrayed in the chapters that follow.

Sous la direction de BULMER Simon, LEQUESNE Christian Publié en 2020-04-15 Collection The New European Union Series
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A unique overview of Europeanization which combines a thematic and country-by-country approach to understanding the relationship between member states and the EU.

in The Member States of the European Union Sous la direction de BULMER Simon, LEQUESNE Christian Publié en 2020-04-15
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This chapter focuses on the current applicant states and examines the ways in which the Europeanization literature can be applied to candidates. It first considers the impact of enlargement upon the functioning of the European Union before discussing the attractiveness of the EU for the European states. It then assesses the impact of the EU on countries applying for membership and the implications of future enlargements for the role of member states within the EU institutions. It also explains how new enlargements will affect the role of institutional and policy differentiation in the EU and concludes with an analysis of the influence of the EU on countries that are Europeanized but not member states.

in The Member States of the European Union Sous la direction de BULMER Simon, LEQUESNE Christian Publié en 2020-04-15
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This chapter examines recurrent themes in the experiences of the countries discussed earlier in terms of European Union membership. It first considers the contribution of Europeanization as an analytical tool for understanding EU member state relations on a country-by-country basis before discussing emergent themes and issues. In particular, it assesses the significance of timing of accession for the member states’ Europeanization experience, showing how timing has often interacted with a geographical focus to each enlargement wave. It also asks whether the Europeanization experience is different for large states rather than small states, or whether the embeddedness of member states’ political systems plays a role. The chapter concludes by identifying different impacts of Europeanization along the dimensions of politics, polity, and policy.

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The scholar who attends international conferences and reads regular publications on diplomatic studies and foreign policy analysis is confronted with one indisputable observation: If plenty of new academic research on contemporary diplomatic practices has emerged, few of those studies paradoxically focus on the comparative role of ministries of foreign affairs (MFAs). Thus, providing academic material to students on MFAs requires using chapters published in general textbooks; monographs based on single-country case studies; practitioners’ accounts, which can be rather descriptive; and, finally, research published more than fifteen years ago. The goal of this special issue is to fill this gap in the literature by devoting a complete journal issue to the contemporary role of MFAs in diplomacy. The special issue is built on three components: original research articles, theoretical accounts and practitioners’ accounts. Making a distinction between the three types of contributions is a clear choice to clarify who is speaking from where.

in The Hague journal of diplomacy Sous la direction de LEQUESNE Christian Publié en 2020-04
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The scholar who attends international conferences and reads regular publications on diplomatic studies and foreign policy analysis is confronted with one indisputable observation: If plenty of new academic research on contemporary diplomatic practices has emerged, few of those studies paradoxically focus on the comparative role of ministries of foreign affairs (MFAs). Thus, providing academic material to students on MFAs requires using chapters published in general textbooks; monographs based on single-country case studies; practitioners’ accounts, which can be rather descriptive; and, finally, research published more than fifteen years ago. The goal of this special issue is to fill this gap in the literature by devoting a complete journal issue to the contemporary role of MFAs in diplomacy. The special issue is built on three components: original research articles, theoretical accounts and practitioners’ accounts. Making a distinction between the three types of contributions is a clear choice to clarify who is speaking from where.

in The Hague journal of diplomacy Publié en 2020-04
HOLM Minda
JUMBLATT BIN ABDULLAH Walid
LEIRA Halvard
TIWARY Kamna
WONG Reuben
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Diversity and its management have become an issue in all organisations. Ministries of foreign affairs (MFAs) do not escape the issue. In the 2000s, states decided to consider more ethnic diversity in the recruitment of their diplomats. In some countries, this new goal requires affirmative action programs. This article is based on three case studies. The first case study analyses two Western countries — France and Norway — where MFAs have to reflect the diversity of immigration in their societies. The second case study analyses the case of Brazil, a country where the legacy of slavery still causes discrimination in the recruitment of diplomats. The third case study analyses ethnic diversity in the MFAs of India and Singapore, which recognise multiculturalism or multiracialism. The study draws five comparative conclusions to generalise on why MFAs in the world cannot escape the challenge of ethnic diversity in their recruitment policy.

in Générations du XXe siècle - La France et les Français au miroir du monde. Mélanges en l’honneur de Jean-François Sirinelli Sous la direction de CHAUBET François, JANSEN Sabine, MARTIN Laurent Publié en 2020-04
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[résumé de l'ouvrage] De sa thèse d’État, conduite sous la direction de René Rémond sur « Khâgneux et normaliens dans l’entre-deux-guerres » à son dernier ouvrage, Les Révolutions françaises 1962-2017, en passant par l’incontournable Histoire des droites ou le Dictionnaire de l’historien, Jean-François Sirinelli est, depuis plus de trente ans, un auteur prolifique et un entrepreneur scientifique dynamique. Professeur à l’université de Lille puis à Sciences Po, directeur du Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po, président du Comité français des sciences historiques, Jean-François Sirinelli n’a rien du chercheur solitaire enfermé dans sa tour d’ivoire : il a toujours cru dans les institutions et en a servi plusieurs avec énergie et dévouement. Ses nombreuses responsabilités collectives n’ont pas fait obstacle à la construction d’une œuvre ample et profonde. Comment articuler histoire politique et histoire culturelle ? Quelles sont les forces vives qui activent le changement social ? Comment passe-t-on de l’histoire nationale à l’histoiremonde ? Comment les Français vivent-ils au miroir de la globalisation ? Telles sont quelques-unes des questions auxquelles Jean-François Sirinelli a apporté des réponses nuancées mais fermes, formulées dans une langue précise et imagée dont la qualité s’avère partie intégrante du travail de compréhension de l’historien. Autant attaché à la production du savoir qu’à sa transmission, Jean-François Sirinelli a fait naître de nombreuses vocations et a marqué plusieurs générations d’historiens de sensibilités variées. Ce recueil en témoigne de façon éclatante. Associant des études et des témoignages de ses amis et collègues, il rend hommage à l’homme, épris de curiosité et de dialogue, autour des quatre grandes thématiques (histoire culturelle, histoire intellectuelle, histoire politique et culturelle, histoire culturelle des relations internationales) qu’il a explorées tout au long de son œuvre.

Christian Lequesne a récemment dirigé le dernier numéro de la revue The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, portant sur les ministères des Affaires étrangères. Dans un post publié sur le blog de la revue, Christian Lequesne introduit le sujet. Il a accepté de répondre à nos questions sur les débuts du projet, sur la manière dont les ministères des Affaires étrangères étaient étudiés auparavant et le sont aujourd’hui et sur les raisons pour la recherche, de s’intéresser à cet acteurs classique mais en mutation, des affaires internationales. Propos recueillis par Miriam Périer.

in Journal of Contemporary European Studies Publié en 2020-02-09
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This contribution analyses the political impact of Brexit on the EU27. The main argument is that Brexit is not just about disintegration. The UK policy proposals on Brexit have reinforced among the governments, public opinions and even Eurosceptic parties of the EU27 the cohesiveness in favour of the preservation of European integration. The article is divided into four parts. First, it presents a critical review of the theoretical literature on EU disintegration and defines the concept of cohesiveness. In the second section, it analyses why the EU27 member states remained cohesive during the Brexit negotiation talks on major policy issues such as the Single Market, free movement of persons and budgetary contribution. In the third section, the article explains why Brexit did not succeed to convince the public opinions of the EU27 that leaving the EU was a relevant issue. In the fourth section, it analyses the reasons why Eurosceptic parties (especially right wing ones) within the EU27 started using Brexit as a strategic argument against EU integration but quickly abandoned it in favour of the request that EU must be changed from inside.

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