international counter-summits that I examine here—Brussels in March 2010, Dijon in May 2011—were both perceived as failures. The key claim of this article is that the perception of failure in these two cases stemmed from what I term a trap of political mimesis
Political Mimesis at French University Counter-Summits, 2010–2011
Misplacing the Dilemmas of the European Union--In Memory of Stanley Hoffmann
Charles S. Maier
countries were living under the Nazi yoke, and Brussels 2017 were Berlin 1942. For all of the EU’s vaunted achievement in spreading democratic values to Eastern Europe, leaders in Poland and Hungary seem intent upon imposing conformist if not authoritarian
Entre enjeux locaux et perspective globale
This article discusses the circulation of francophone news, information, and literary content between Western Europe and North America in the nineteenth century. During this period, big metropolitan cities (Paris, Brussels, Montreal, New Orleans) were forming a dense media network. For the western Atlantic region, New York City and the Courrier des États-Unis (1828–1938) served as the hub of this network. Francophone readers on both sides of the Atlantic shared a large common corpus, including works such as Eugène Sue’s Mystères de Paris (1842–1843), which was distributed in North America by the literary supplement of the Courrier. By providing a general overview of this French-speaking network, this article invites scholars to explore how texts, and literature in particular, operated through an interlinked dynamic system of publication rather than as independent unconnected works.
Victor Cazares, Itay Snir, José María Rosales, Ferenc Laczó, Anja Osiander, and Heikki Haara
Zachary Sayre Schiffman, The Birth of the Past (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011), xvi + 316 pp.
Sophia Rosenfeld, Common Sense: A Political History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011), 337 pp.
Joris Gijsenbergh, Saskia Hollander, Tim Houwen, and Wim de Jong, eds., Creative Crises of Democracy (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2012), 444 pp.
Mary L. Dudziak, War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), 221 pp.
Anneli Wallentowitz, “Imperialismus” in der japanischen Sprache am Übergang vom 19. zum 20. Jahrhundert: Begriffsgeschichte im außereuropäischen Kontext [“Imperialism” in the Japanese language at the turn of the 20th century: A history of concepts in a non-European context] (Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2011), 380 pp., incl. Japanese-German glossary.
Annabel S. Brett, Changes of State: Nature and the Limits of the City in Early Modern Natural Law (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011), 242 pp.
Emma Terama, Juha Peltomaa, Catarina Rolim, and Patrícia Baptista
Urban Sustainability, EU FP5, Deliverable 6.2 . (2015). 10 UEMI, “Car-Sharing”; Momo Car-Sharing, The State of European Car-Sharing: Final Report D 2.4 Work Package 2 , grant agreement no. IEE/07/696/SI2.499387 (Brussels: Intelligent Energy Europe, 2010
Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus, and Katja Mäkinen
Politics,” European Societies 16, no. 3 (2014): 401–421. 10 European Commission, “Towards an Integrated Approach to Cultural Heritage for Europe,” COM(2014) 477 final, 22 July 2014, Brussels. 11 Cris Shore and Susan Wright, “Policy: A New Field for
Encountering the Current Refugee Crisis with Ai Weiwei
Susan E. Bell and Kathy Davis
’s exhibition at the 1958 World Expo in Brussels, where it won the Grand Prix d’Architecture. Designed as a temporary structure to be destroyed after the Expo, the building was instead transported, modified, and reinstalled in Vienna. In its use of the site
A Case Study of the AfD
, stated after the ep elections, his group came to Brussels to “fight Eurocrats” and promote a “Europe of fatherlands.” 31 Much like other European rightist parties, the AfD strongly opposes Muslim immigration to Europe and supports the building of a
Romantic Socialism and the Afterlife of a Cross-Sex Friendship in French Political Culture, 1880–1929
revolt and the ideal of the eternal feminine. In late 1879, Séverine, still known as Caroline Rémy, travelled from the affluent Parisian suburb of Neuilly to Brussels with her wealthy lover, Adrien Guebhard (1849–1924), for a clandestine birth. Séverine
Merkel and Sarkozy proposed at the eu summit in Brussels on 8 December 2011. Despite the strong focus of the British government on domestic austerity, Cameron could not accept the imposition of an eu -wide budgetary rule that strengthened the