Étude de cas en Sciences politiques 61 à 90

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17 mai 2013

National communities, political culture

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The nation is a modern invention. The nation was the ultimate goal of political authorities. It is also the ultimate goal of all the demands of the people, as the object which one was prepared to go to war and to die for. In the feudal epoch, people generally identified with a religion or a lord,...

17 mai 2013

Imperial Germany: 1871-1914

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The Third Reich was founded in France in the Palace of Versailles. It was a statement of German superiority over French. Germany was unified by military victory from above (not a revolution from below). To sign this treaty, Bismarck wore a military uniform (white in the painting but it was an...

16 mai 2013

Differences of weapons sales regulations between the USA and France

Étude de cas - 6 pages - Sciences politiques

In France for the first category (semi-automatic rifles) the right to bear an arm is very hard to obtain, to have it you must be more than 21 years old and have a license. This license must be approved by the French Federation of Shooting; you must first apply to this federation and after six...

07 mai 2013

Fidel Castro's communist regime during the Cold War

Étude de cas - 4 pages - Sciences politiques

During the Cold War emerged the communism in the island of Cuba with the takeover of a charismatic leader, Fidel Castro. After his «coup d'état» which has removed Batista, the former lawyer managed to impose his vision to Cuban people and to the world; despite American attempts to remove the...

29 avril 2013

The concept of Humility Japan vs Western cultures

Étude de cas - 1 pages - Sciences politiques

In Japan, a form of respect can be seen through the act of being humble. The sense of humility is extremely developed in the Japanese culture. Compared to Westerners Japanese people will not be afraid to put themselves down in order to raise the other person up. The self discrediting will be...

23 avril 2013

What is a gift? What are the political, economic, religious, and social implications of the gift?

Étude de cas - 5 pages - Sciences politiques

Supposedly, a gift is the free act of willingly donating to someone something that was yours without expecting anything in exchange. It is a thus doubly a free act for it is up to the giver to decide whether he wants to make a gift or not and the receiver has no obligation to reciprocate. The...

23 avril 2013

The Falkland/Malvinas Islands and the Senkaku/Diaoyutai Islands disputes: A comparative approach to define territorial disputes

Étude de cas - 10 pages - Sciences politiques

Disputes over islands are countless throughout History. States have always searched to extend their boundaries, and islands in particular have always been coveted as both a proliferous natural resources source and a means to gain more land and fishing area. This has been even more the case since...

05 avril 2013

23 things they don't tell you about capitalism - Thing 9: We do not live in a post-industrial age - Chang (2010)

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

In this text, Chang tries to explain that the common idea of a post-industrial age in developed countries is not necessarily relevant today. Indeed, he shows that we still consume a lot of manufactured goods, although he does not deny the increasing demand for services. This article is...

05 avril 2013

Public attitudes and gender policy regimes: Coherence and stability in hard times - J. Guo and N. Gilbert

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

This text is an article written which was written last year by two scholars, Jing Guo and Neil Gilbert, in the Journal of Sociology and Social welfare. In this article, they compare the social policies implemented by governments in Europe to increase gender equality and the attitudes of citizens...

01 avril 2013

Are Muslim and Western European values generally incompatible? Discuss with reference to the Turkish accession to the European Union

Étude de cas - 4 pages - Sciences politiques

The famous French poet Paul Valéry defined Europe as the geographic place in which one the Christianity has a huge influence on the spirit of society, the Roman Empire on legal systems, and where the philosophy is still inspired by Greeks thinkers. In this definition, the Europe tends to be seen...

01 avril 2013

European negotiations: Simulation

Étude de cas - 6 pages - Sciences politiques

The course of “European negotiations” opened a new area of interests for me, not only by being able to explain very well the framework of the negotiating and the co-decision processes in the European Union, but also by unveiling the practical set of skills necessary in any kind of...

21 Mars 2013

Les Etats « faillis » : des zones grises sous influence

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

La combinaison de deux évènements historiques : la chute du mur de Berlin en 1989 et l'effondrement des régimes communistes dans l'ex-bloc soviétique ont été à l'origine de plusieurs évènements : l'ouverture des frontières, l'évolution d'économies ex-socialiste vers l'économie de marché, une plus...

27 févr. 2013

Anarchy and the limits of cooperation: a realist critique of the liberal institutionalism - J.M. Grieco

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The text we have was written by J.M. Grieco in order to compare two main theories in international politics: realism and liberal institutionalism. His main argument is that realism is the best theory and all along the text, he tries to demonstrate it. First of all, the author...

27 févr. 2013

'The Great Banana War' - Christopher Meyers

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

This text is extracted from the book DC confidential: The controversial Memoirs of Britain's Ambassador to the US at the time of 9/11 and the Iraq War. In this chapter, the author, a former British ambassador explains the conflict known as the great banana war which occurred in the late 1990s. It...

27 févr. 2013

Global structure convocation 1994 - Bolton

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The text is the transcript of a debate which occurred in 1994, between American eminent personalities who have the legitimacy to speak about American foreign policies. The debate is about the role of the US in the Global Structure, after the end of the Cold War. As the United Nations are...

26 févr. 2013

Postcolonial Europe or understanding Europe in times of the postcolonial

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The text we have is a chapter written by Gurminder K. Bhambra, extracted from a book talking about European Studies. In this chapter, the author wants to deconstruct the idea we have of modern Europe and its history in order to reconstruct our understandings of Europe in a postcolonial context....

26 févr. 2013

In 1987 the Moroccan request for membership of the European Communities (EC) was rejected on the basis that Morocco was not a European country. Where are the boundaries of Europe?

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

The Moroccan request was rejected because Morocco was not considered as a European country. This claim was based on geographical and cultural dimensions. Morocco could not be part of the political boundaries because it did not match geographical ones and because it did not share the so-called...

26 févr. 2013

Social foundations of post-industrial economies - Esping Andersen

Étude de cas - 1 pages - Sciences politiques

The text we have is a chapter extracted from a book written by Esping-Andersen. In this chapter, the author talks about different kinds of Welfare regimes and states the previous typologies he has already elaborated. He then tries to have a critical perspective on his work and interrogates about...

25 févr. 2013

Was Italian Fascism a "weak" totalitarianism?

Étude de cas - 4 pages - Sciences politiques

Italian fascism, because it appeared at the same period as German national-socialism and Stalinist communism and presented some similarities with those regimes, is often categorized as a totalitarianism. However, this assertion has been refuted by many scholars, including the French political...

21 févr. 2013

Only by knowing the internal, domestic politics of States one can understand how they behave in International Politics

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

International relations have always been characterized by wars, peace and alliances. The question that theorists wonder is why interactions between States sometimes degenerated into conflicts which change relations between them. There are three main theories in international relations which...

21 févr. 2013

Was the Dreyfus affair a victory or a defeat for the Third Republic?

Étude de cas - 4 pages - Sciences politiques

In the late 19th century, France was affected by an affair which changed its history: the Dreyfus affair. Dreyfus was a captain in French army who was suspected of betraying military secrets. From an Alsatian Jewish background, he was accused of being a traitor and was jailed without real proof....

21 févr. 2013

Explain the theoretical basis of Locke's theory of the limitations on legitimate government

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

Political science has been considerably changed by the English Revolution of the 17th century. Indeed, this revolution happened because of the contestation of the British king legitimacy by a certain number of political thinkers. First, Sir Edward Coke, jurist and member of the Parliament, stood...

21 févr. 2013

The conspiracy of Cinadon: A threat to the Spartan society

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

The Conspiracy of Cinadon is an attempted coup d'état which took place in Sparta in the 4th century BCE, (during the first years of Agesilaus II's reign). Led by Cinadon, it aimed to break the power of the elite of the oligarchic Spartan system. This event was reported by Xenophon in the third...

21 févr. 2013

The suffragette movement

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

We commonly assume that the first feminist demands and protests appeared in the 19th century in Great Britain. However, this feminist spirit of rebellion already existed at that time, with for instance Olympe de Gouges who wrote La Déclaration des droits de la femme et de la citoyenne in 18th...

14 févr. 2013

Analyze the principal characteristics of liberalism with reference to current developments in the 'Arab spring' critically examine the view that liberalism's objectives and values are a form of western imperialism

Étude de cas - 5 pages - Sciences politiques

The current international context is very complex. The 21st century is characterized by an entanglement of complex relations and inter-dependence between States. In the international studies, we often say that the 21st century began when the Soviet Union disappeared. Indeed, during the...

08 févr. 2013

Ireland in the 20th century: Commentaries on a selection of pro-treat and anti-treaty handbills

Étude de cas - 2 pages - Sciences politiques

I decided to examine four documents which are both pro and anti-treaty handbills and pamphlets, in order to understand the arguments put forward by those who supported the treaty in 1921 and those who rejected it. This Anglo-Irish treaty, signed by the British and Irish delegations in December...

08 févr. 2013

Ernest Lavisse on the current situation of France (1894)

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

This document was written by Ernest Lavisse, a French historian. His work had a lot of influence in France, and he is considered being the founding father of the positivist conception of history. In this text, he provides us some interesting thoughts on two elements of the French history: the...

08 févr. 2013

Was the Dreyfus affair a victory or a defeat for the Third Republic?

Étude de cas - 3 pages - Sciences politiques

On the 15 October 1894, the French Jewish Captain Alfred Dreyfus was arrested and accused of giving capital secret intelligence to the Germans. He was unanimously declared guilty of treason by the senior Paris court martial the 22 December 1894, and sentenced to deportation for life in the famous...

08 févr. 2013

State power and world markets - Joseph M. Grieco and G. John Ikenberry

Étude de cas - 1 pages - Sciences politiques

In this text, Joseph M. Grieco and G. John Ikenberry are explaining one of the main economic theories, the comparative advantages theory of Ricardo. This theory is actually very simple. Ricardo showed that countries would gain to specify themselves in the production of one good and to use trade...

08 févr. 2013

What is the concept of 'Total War' and how useful is it in understanding the conduct of the First World War?

Étude de cas - 1 pages - Sciences politiques

The concept of total war describes a war that has implications not only on the battlefield, but for the whole society of the belligerent country. The war is not only fought on the front anymore, but also within the State. It leads to the setup of a war economy: the people are rationed for the war...

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