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The Pierre du Bois Foundation will continue with the publication of "Papiers d'actualité/ Current Affairs in Perspective"

The papers series "Papiers d'actualité/ Current Affairs in Perspective" puts current events into a historical perspective in order to better understand them. To-day, more than ever, it is difficult, if not impossible, to understand the world we are living in without knowing the past that led to it. Therefore, "Papiers d'actualité/ Current Affairs in Perspective" emphasise the value of historical phenomenon and their commemoration in today's world.

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No 7, November 2014

Lessons from French Military Interventions in Africa
Nathaniel Powell, PhD, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 6, October 2014

ISIS: Understanding the Threat and Its Implications for the West
Bernhard Blumenau, Research Fellow, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 5, July 2014

Détente, not Rapprochement: Iran, the West, and the Middle East and North Africa regional order at Geneva, November 2013 – February 2014; Part II: E3+3-Iran Nuclear Negotiations
Farzan Sabet, PhD Candidate/Department of International History, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

Mariusz Lukasiewicz and Aravind Ganesh, PhD Candidates, IHEID, Geneva

No 3, April 2014

Axel Marion, Visiting Researcher, Centre for the Study of Europe, Boston University

No 2, March 2014
Détente, not Rapprochement: Iran, the West, and the Middle East and North Africa regional order at Geneva, November 2013 – February 2014 Part I: The Islamic Republic of Iran’s policy in the Syrian Civil War
Farzan Sabet, PhD Candidate/Department of International History, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 1, February 2014

Turquie-Union européenne : les raisons et conséquences de la relance des négociations d’adhésion
Özcan Yilmaz, Université de Genève, Département d’histoire générale et Global Studies Institute

No 7, November 2013
A Primer on the US Government Shutdown
Gabriel Geisler Mesevage, PhD Candidate/Department of International History, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 6, November 2013
Blasts from the PastA Historical Overview of the Anglo-Argentine dispute over the Falkland/Malvinas
Andrea Chiampan, PhD Candidate/Department of International History, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 5, September 2013
German Elections on 22 September 2013:
The Primacy of Domestic Policy
Bernhard Blumenau, Research Fellow, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 4, May 2013
Europe's Fight Against Piracy: From the Barbary Coast to Operation Atalanta
Joris Larik, PhD Candidate/Researcher, European University Institute

No 3, April 2013 
Culture at the Crossroad of International Politics
UNESCO, World Heritage and the Holy Land

Aurélie Élisa Gfeller, Swiss National Science Foundation Ambizione fellow and guest lecturer, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

No 2, February 2013
Sept mois d’émeutes à Belfast: la paix est-elle menacée en Irlande du Nord?
Geneviève Delessert, Historienne et enseignante, Lausanne

No 1, January 2013
A propos du cinquantenaire du traité de l'Elysée
Sylvain Schirmann, Professeur  à l’Université de Strasbourg

No 7, October 2012
Robert Schuman, l’Europe et la Paix
Marie-Thérèse Bitsch, Professeur émérite à l’Université de Strasbourg

No 6, July 2012
Europeanising Institutional Memory Or Supranationalising Domestic Memory Struggles?

Annabelle Littoz-Monnet-Assistant Professor in Political Science at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 5, June 2012
The Arab Spring and the European Neighbourhood Policy:An Economic Outlook

Gilles Grin-Appointed Director of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe, Lausanne, and Lecturer at the University of Lausanne

No 4, May 2012

Germany and the Euro crisis: the long shadow of history
Bernhard Blumenau-Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 3, April 2012
The European Citizens' Initiative: ’Much Ado About Nothing’?
Felix Ohnmacht-Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 2, February 2012
Libya 1986-2011: A Testing Ground for the Evolution of US Foreign Policy?
Mattia Toaldo- Post-doctoral fellow at the British School of Rome and at the Society for Libyan Studies

No 1, January 2012

Croatia as the 28th EU Member State: How Did We Get Here and Where Should We Go from Now?
Senka Neuman Stanivuković - University of Groningen

No 8, December 2011
Wavering EU’s State Consolidation Approches in Western Balkans
Jovana Miočinović, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 7, October 2011
L’Iran : entre glaciation politique et printemps arabe
Clément Therme

No 6, June 2011
Whither Germany? The "German Problem" and its Implications for Today
Bernhard Blumenau, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 5, April 2011
Les "printemps arabes" et leurs enjeux. Perspectives sur la diplomatie américaine
Jérôme Gygax, Fondation Pierre du Bois pour l'histoire du temps présent

No 4, March 2011
Les crises de la construction européene: mythes et réalités
Gilles Grin, Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe et l'Université de Lausanne

No 3, February 2011
The Czech Republic's Political Scene in 2010: A Political Earthquake and its Aftershocks
Marek Neuman, University of Groningen

No 2, janvier 2011
La retraite du Dalaï-Lama: quelles perspectives d'avenir pour la communauté tibétaine de l'exil?
Anne-Sophie Bentz, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole

No 1, January 2011
Climate Change Negotiations: Deal or No Deal?
Celine Germond-Duret, University of Central Lancashire

 


 

 

No 9, December 2010
Le Traité de Lisbonne – une constitution à vocation mondiale
Joris Larik, European University Institute, Florence

No 8, November 2010
A Reset at Lisbon?
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 7, September 2010
L’euro et le défi de la gouvernance économique
Gilles Grin, Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe et Université de Lausanne

No 6, August 2010
The International Community and Terrorism: A Short Historical Assessment
Bernhard Blumenau, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 5, July 2010
The Rhetoric of Dependence and Reconstruction in Haiti
Shaloma Gauthier, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 4, June 2010
2009 The UN International Year of Reconciliation
Seung-hoon Heo, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 3, April 2010
La déclaration Schuman du 9 mai 1950: "Un texte qui a changé le monde"
Marie-Thérèse Bitsch, Université de Strasbourg

No 2, March 2010
EU Cultural Policy between Community-building and Market-making: putting the EU’s Cultural Agenda into Historical Perspective
Annabelle Littoz-Monnet, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 1, February 2010
Thirty Years of War: Soviet Legacies and Today's Challenges in Afghanistan 
Nathaniel Powell, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

 


No 11, decembre 2009
The Presidential Elections in Romania: Turning Point or Stalemate?
Bogdan Christian Iacob, Central European University, Budapest

No 10, December 2009
Chileans (Or At Least Some) Prepare To Vote For Their New President 
Carlos Rodrigo Sáez-Muñoz, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 9,November 2009
The EU’s Marketing Standards for Fruit and Vegetables: The End of a Myth?
Katrin Milzow, Pierre du Bois Foundation for Current History

No 8, september 2009
General Elections in Germany on 27 September 2009
Bernhard Blumenau, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 7, September 2009
Une réflexion sur l'actualité de la pensée et de l'action de Jean Monnet
Gilles Grin, Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe et Université de Lausanne

 

No 6, July 2009
International Criminal Law, International Security and the Global Ordre Public
Joris Larik, European University Institute, Florence

No 5, June 2009
Touchant au coeur du régime islamique, la crise est loin d'être terminée
Mohammad-Reza Djalili, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 4, June 2009
Un Parlement européen en quête de légitimité populaire
Axel Marion, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 3, June 2009
Sixty Years of the Federal Republic of Germany
Bernhard Blumenau, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

No 2, May 2009
5 mai 2009 - Le Conseil de l'Europe a soixante ans
Marie-Thérèse Bitsch, Université de Strasbourg

No 1, May 2009
Obama's NATO: A New Transatlantic Partnership?
Jussi Hanhimäki, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

 

 

 

 

 

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