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17 September 2007, by European Commission
The Commission adopted today its ’Third Annual Report on Migration and Integration’, which analyses actions taken on admission and integration of third-country nationals at EU and national level, providing an overview of policy developments and helping to evaluate and strengthen integration measures.
3 July 2006, by Challenge French Team
Abstracts of the Challenge Annual Conference: Illiberal practices of Liberal Regimes, Paris, June 9th 2006
27 June 2006, by Alker Hayward R,
The forum raises questions about the relation between security and politics, the meaning of securitisation/desecuritisation and their political implications. The role of security analysis and analytical tools is considered in tension with political approaches based in social struggles. Schmitt’s influence on our understandings of security and the relation to political communities is also explored.
26 September 2005, by Jayasuriya Kanishka
Kanishka Jayasuriya’s new book «Reconstituting the Global Liberal Order: Legitimacy and Regulation» (London: Routledge, 2005) argues that the events of September 11 have lead to a global order which is the result of the evolving methods and forms of governance as much as the new role of the United States in the world system.
19 April 2005, by Huysmans Jef
Jef Huysmans (Licentiate (University of Leuven), MA (University of Hull), Ph.D. (University of Leuven)) is Lecturer at the Open University (UK). He is currently working on the securitisation of migration and asylum in Europe, the political significance of fear, and the international politics of exception after 9/11.
28 December 2004, by Castells Manuel
Manuel Castells’s founding books are not central in our problematique apart from the fact that Castell is the first one to conceptualise the notion of networked/information societies. In that sense, much of the literature is inspired by Castells work.
Manuel Castells veut expliquer, comme l’avait fait Karl Marx pour le XlXe siècle, ce qu’est devenue la société, dans un ouvrage monumental en trois tomes, dont le premier analyse le réseautage de la société, et les deux autres la question de l’identité, puis celle de l’État.