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The best of Le monde diplomatique, 2012, edited by Wendy Kristianasen, (electronic resource)

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The best of Le monde diplomatique, 2012
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The best of Le monde diplomatique, 2012
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edited by Wendy Kristianasen
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eng
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Monde diplomatique
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D2024
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.B47 2012
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Kristianasen, Wendy
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  • World politics
  • Islamic countries
  • International relations
  • Political science
  • World politics
  • Islamic countries
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  • Le Monde diplomatique is one of the most highly respected independent newspapers. Published monthly in French and English, it brings together a diverse range of high-calibre writers from across the world.This book collects the paper's highlights from 2011/2012. The articles have been carefully selected and are arranged around the key themes in our changing world including US imperialism, the financial crisis and the Arab Spring. Among the contributors are Slavoj iek, James K Galbraith and Phillip S. Golub.A perfect seasonal gift for anyone interested in global issues, The Best of Le Monde diplomatique goes beyond the news and illuminates the state of our planet
  • Le Monde diplomatique is one of the most highly respected independent periodicals. Published monthly in French and English, it brings together a diverse range of high-calibre writers from across the world. This book collects the paper's highlights from the last year. The articles have been carefully selected and are arranged around the key themes in our changing world including US imperialism, the financial crisis and the Arab Spring. Among the contributors are Slavoj iek, James K Galbraith and Philip S. Golub. A perfect seasonal gift for anyone interested in global issues, The Best of Le Monde diplomatique goes beyond the news and illuminates the state of our planet
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The best of Le monde diplomatique, 2012, edited by Wendy Kristianasen, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • pt. I THE WORLD IN CRISIS -- Europe's wakeup call / Serge Halimi -- A permanent state of emergency / Slavoj Žǐzek -- The currency wars / Laurent L. Jacque -- The wolf pack stalks Europe / James K. Galbraith -- Iceland's loud No / Robert H. Wade and Silla Sigurgeirsdottir -- pt. II US EMPIRE -- Empire as a state of being / Philip S. Golub -- Obama misses his historic moment / Eric Klinenberg and Jeff Manza -- 'We the people' / Walter Benn Michaels -- What happened to the US left? / Rick Fantasia -- A small town in the middle of everywhere / John R. MacArthur -- pt. III A SMALLER WORLD -- Cuba's new socialism / Renaud Lambert -- Brazil: we've got the power / Lamia Oualalou -- Latin America embraces Palestine / Maurice Lemoine -- A fine, and convenient, romance / Nikolas Kozloff -- Russia shouldn't work but it does / Vladislav Inozemtsev -- Can China share out the wealth? / Martine Bulard -- China and India: united against the West / Christophe Jaffrelot
  • Sudan's south secedes / Gérard Prunier -- Somaliland, an African exception / Gérard Prunier -- pt. IV EUROPEAN DIRECTIONS -- Germany goes for sustainable capitalism / Olivier Cyran -- Academia's rebel alliance / Pierre Rimbert -- Communism revisited / Evelyne Pieiller -- pt. V ROOTS OF CONFLICT -- One state, two dreams / Alain Gresh -- Afghanistan's future lies in its past / Georges Lefeuvre -- The Taliban's secret weapon / Louis Imbert -- Now that he's gone / Jean-Luc Racine -- Red line, green line / Joost Hiltermann -- pt. VI REVOLUTION: THE 'ARAB SPRING' -- The Muslim Brothers in Egypt's 'orderly transition' / Gilbert Achcar -- To shoot, or not to shoot? / Salam Kawakibi and Bassma Kodmani -- Follow the money / Samir Aita -- Power of the word in the Syrian intifada / Zénobie -- Yemen knows what it doesn't want / Laurent Bonnefoy and Marine Poirier -- Egypt's revolution is only beginning / Alain Gresh -- How to make Libya work after Gaddafi / Patrick Haimzadeh
  • pt. VII THE QUESTION OF ISLAM -- The Arab world's cultural challenge / Hicham Ben Abdallah El. Alaoui -- Iran can't reform itself / Farhang Jahanpour -- Islamic Republic uncensored / Shervin Ahmadi -- The myth of Islamic conquest / Patrick Haenni and Samir Amghar -- Indonesia, a democracy full stop / Wendy Kristianasen -- pt. VIII ON THE MOVE: PEOPLE AND CITIES -- Africa does business in China / Tristan Coloma -- Filipino maids for export / Julien Brygo -- Greater Hanoi swallows the countryside / Xavier Monthéard -- Death of the Casbah / Allan Popelard and Paul Vannier -- America's slow ground zero / Allan Popelard and Paul Vannier -- The world has become a city / Philip S. Golub
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000736500
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780745331881
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2012450653
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000736500
Label
The best of Le monde diplomatique, 2012, edited by Wendy Kristianasen, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • pt. I THE WORLD IN CRISIS -- Europe's wakeup call / Serge Halimi -- A permanent state of emergency / Slavoj Žǐzek -- The currency wars / Laurent L. Jacque -- The wolf pack stalks Europe / James K. Galbraith -- Iceland's loud No / Robert H. Wade and Silla Sigurgeirsdottir -- pt. II US EMPIRE -- Empire as a state of being / Philip S. Golub -- Obama misses his historic moment / Eric Klinenberg and Jeff Manza -- 'We the people' / Walter Benn Michaels -- What happened to the US left? / Rick Fantasia -- A small town in the middle of everywhere / John R. MacArthur -- pt. III A SMALLER WORLD -- Cuba's new socialism / Renaud Lambert -- Brazil: we've got the power / Lamia Oualalou -- Latin America embraces Palestine / Maurice Lemoine -- A fine, and convenient, romance / Nikolas Kozloff -- Russia shouldn't work but it does / Vladislav Inozemtsev -- Can China share out the wealth? / Martine Bulard -- China and India: united against the West / Christophe Jaffrelot
  • Sudan's south secedes / Gérard Prunier -- Somaliland, an African exception / Gérard Prunier -- pt. IV EUROPEAN DIRECTIONS -- Germany goes for sustainable capitalism / Olivier Cyran -- Academia's rebel alliance / Pierre Rimbert -- Communism revisited / Evelyne Pieiller -- pt. V ROOTS OF CONFLICT -- One state, two dreams / Alain Gresh -- Afghanistan's future lies in its past / Georges Lefeuvre -- The Taliban's secret weapon / Louis Imbert -- Now that he's gone / Jean-Luc Racine -- Red line, green line / Joost Hiltermann -- pt. VI REVOLUTION: THE 'ARAB SPRING' -- The Muslim Brothers in Egypt's 'orderly transition' / Gilbert Achcar -- To shoot, or not to shoot? / Salam Kawakibi and Bassma Kodmani -- Follow the money / Samir Aita -- Power of the word in the Syrian intifada / Zénobie -- Yemen knows what it doesn't want / Laurent Bonnefoy and Marine Poirier -- Egypt's revolution is only beginning / Alain Gresh -- How to make Libya work after Gaddafi / Patrick Haimzadeh
  • pt. VII THE QUESTION OF ISLAM -- The Arab world's cultural challenge / Hicham Ben Abdallah El. Alaoui -- Iran can't reform itself / Farhang Jahanpour -- Islamic Republic uncensored / Shervin Ahmadi -- The myth of Islamic conquest / Patrick Haenni and Samir Amghar -- Indonesia, a democracy full stop / Wendy Kristianasen -- pt. VIII ON THE MOVE: PEOPLE AND CITIES -- Africa does business in China / Tristan Coloma -- Filipino maids for export / Julien Brygo -- Greater Hanoi swallows the countryside / Xavier Monthéard -- Death of the Casbah / Allan Popelard and Paul Vannier -- America's slow ground zero / Allan Popelard and Paul Vannier -- The world has become a city / Philip S. Golub
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000736500
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780745331881
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2012450653
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000736500

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