Qu’est-ce qu’être supporter ? Quels sont les ressorts de l’engouement, tantôt folklorique, tantôt fanatique, pour une équipe de football ? Les supporters constituent-ils une population à part ? Sont-ils, à l’inverse, des miroirs grossissants ou déformants de nos sociétés ?
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The emergence of green parties throughout Europe during the 1980s marked the arrival of a new form of political movement, challenging established models of party politics and putting new issues on the political agenda. Since their emer-gence, green parties in Europe have faced different destinies; in countries such as Germany, Belgium, Finland, France, and Italy, they have accumulated electoral successes, participated in governments, implemented policies and established themselves as part of the party system. In other countries, their political relevance remains very limited.After more than 30 years on the political scene, green parties have proven to be more than just a temporary phenomenon. They have lost their newness, faced success and failure, power and opposition, grassroots enthusiasm and internal conflicts. Green Parties in Europe includes individual case studies and a compara-tive perspective to bring together international specialists engaged in the study of green parties. It renews and expands our knowledge about the green party family in Europe.
Elena AOUN & Thierry KELLNER, ESKA, Monde Chinois, Nouvelle Asie n° 44, 2016, pp. 50-67
Julien JEANDESBOZ in Raphael Bossong, Helena Carrapico (eds) : EU Borders and Shifting Internal Security. Technology, Externalization and Accountability
In this study, an international and multidisciplinary team take stock of the promise and shortfalls of 'Social Europe' today, examining the response to the Eurocrisis, the past decade of social policy in the image of the Lisbon Agenda, and the politics that derailed a more Delorsian Europe from ever emerging.
Making use of a unique data set that includes more than 1000 leadership elections from over 100 parties in 14 countries over an almost 50 year period, this volume provides the first comprehensive, comparative examination of how parties choose their leaders and the impact of the different decisions they make in this regard.
One of the key shifts in contemporary politics is the trend towards greater personalization. Collective actors such as political parties are losing relevance. Citizens are slowly dealigning from these actors, and individual politicians are therefore growing in importance in elections, in government, within parties, and in media reporting of politics.
Comprendre la Pologne. Société, Politique et Institutions
in Études internationales, No 2-3, Volume XLVI, juin 2015 - Études critiques de sécurité