Type
Article
Titre
Introduction - Transnationaliser la péninsule Arabique : dynamiques locales, régionales et globales
Dans
Arabian Humanities
Auteur(s)
THIOLLET Hélène - Centre de recherches internationales (Auteur)
VIGNAL Leila - Université Rennes 2 (Auteur)
Éditeur
YE
Numéro
7/2016
Pages
en ligne - p.
ISSN
23086122
Mots clés
transnational, péninsule Arabique, monarchie du Golfe, régionalisation
Résumé
FR
The notion of “transnationalism” emerged in the 1970s, in the field of international relations, to describe the modalities of non-state actions — and their spatialities — within the framework of “world politics.” The point was to break with the state-centred perspective of political developments to include non-state actors in a complex political game that no longer takes place exclusively within the legal and physical borders of nation-states. Thus, new approaches to transnational relations began to explore, within and beyond the state, the processes, networks and practices of multiple social actors that unfold according to specific modalities and scales: businesses, diasporas, religious communities, scientific or cultural networks, trade unions, social movements (including global protest movements), non-governmental organisations, etc. Gradually, and in a diffuse way, the concept came to not only refer to the individual and collective practices and strategies of persons, consumers, migrants, and professionals of a given field, but also to the culture of formal or informal institutions that operate transnationally.

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