Le 13 mars 2019 | 13:00
Le groupe de recherche sur l’Union européenne (GrUE) de l’Association française de science politique organise en partenariat avec le Centre de recherches internationales (CERI) de SciencesPo, une conférence pour présenter deux ouvrages qui viennent de paraître chez Palgrave et qui s’inscrivent en études européennes.
Prof. Simon Bulmer (Université de Sheffield) et Prof. William Paterson (Université de Birmingham) viendront présenter leur ouvrage intitulé Germany and the European Union: Europe’s Reluctant Hegemon? et seront discutés par Dr. Hugo Canihac, membre du GrUE et chercheur post-doctorant à l’Université Saint-Louis à Bruxelles. Puis, Prof. Douglas Webber (INSEAD) présentera son nouveau livre Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union et sera discuté par Prof. Virginie Guiraudon (SciencesPo, CEE).
Cet évènement organisé par Prof. Christian Lequesne (SciencesPo, CERI) et Dr. Samuel B.H. Faure (Sciences Po Saint-Germain, Printemps) aura lieu le mercredi 13 mars 2019 de 13h à 15h dans la salle Jean Monnet (rez-de-chaussée) du CERI (56 rue Jacob, Paris 6e). L’entrée est libre dans la limite des places disponibles.
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The European Union Series
Series editors: Simon Bulmer, Neill Nugent
The European Union Series provides an authoritative library on the European Union ranging from general introductory texts to definitive assessments of key institutions and actors, policies and policy processes, and the role of member states. Books in the series are written by leading scholars and reflect the most up-to-date research and debate. Particular attention is paid to accessibility and clear presentation for a wide audience of students, practitioners and interested general readers.
European Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union
This new book provides a comprehensive analysis of Europe on the brink of political disintegration. Observers of the European Union (EU) could be forgiven for thinking that it is in a state of permanent crisis. The Union has been beset with high levels of Eurozone debt, Russian intervention and armed conflict in Ukraine, refugees fleeing conflict zones in North Africa and the Middle East, and the decision of Britain to leave the European Union. This text offers a concise and readable assessment of the dynamics, character and consequences of these four crises and the increasingly real possibility of European disintegration. High levels of socio-economic interdependence and institutionalization have failed to result in an ever closer union, and yet the proposed theories of disintegration also fall short. Webber instead shows that it is only by looking at the role of the EU’s dominant member, Germany, in each crisis that the potential for an increasingly fragmented Europe becomes clear. Until now, Germany has been the EU’s stabilizing force but this is no longer guaranteed. The fate of the integration process will depend on whether other, more inclusive forms of stabilizing leadership may emerge to fill the vacuum created by Berlin’s incapacity.
This text is the ideal companion for upper undergraduate and postgraduate students of the European Union, as part of degrees in Politics, International Relations or European Studies, or for anyone interested in the crises of the European Union. • A path-finding exploration of European disintegration • The first systematic account of this increasingly discussed aspect of the European project • Written by a leading expert in the field • Exhaustive use of primary empirical sources to support the analysis
Germany and the European Union Europe’s Reluctant Hegemon?
This new textbook offers a path-breaking interpretation of the role of the European Union’s most important member state: Germany. Analyzing Germany’s domestic politics, European policy, relations with partners, and the resultant expressions of power within the EU, the text addresses such key questions as whether Germany is becoming Europe’s hegemon, and if Berlin’s European policy is being constrained by its internal politics. The authors – both leading scholars in the field – situate these questions in their historical context and bring the subject up to date by considering the centrality of Germany to the liberal order of the EU over the last turbulent decade in relation to events including the Eurozone crisis and the 2017 German federal election. This is the first comprehensive and accessible guide to a fascinating relationship that considers both the German impact on the EU and the EU’s impact on Germany.
This book is the ideal companion for undergraduate and postgraduate students who are studying the European Union or German Politics from the perspectives of disciplines as wide ranging as Politics, European Union Studies, Area Studies, Economics, Business and History. It is also an essential resource for all those studying or practicing EU policy-making and communication. • A comprehensive and up-to-date study of the European policy of the EU’s most influential state. • Written by two internationally-renowned experts on the politics of Germany and the EU. • Covers the history, politics, and political economy of Germany and the EU. • Includes two detailed case studies on monetary policy (the Eurozone crisis) and foreign policy (the Ukraine crisis). • Examines the European Union’s responses to sustained crises in the context of German domestic politics.
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