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En Qu Te D Alternatives

Author: Bertrand BADIE
Publisher: La Découverte
ISBN: 2707197831
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L'idée d'alternative, qui est désormais au cœur de toutes les sphères de la gouvernance, génère pour le moment autant d'espérances que d'entraves. Comment ces obstacles persistent-ils ? Quelles tentatives pour les contourner ? Et pour quelle réussite ? Cette crise de l'alternance, remarquable en ce qu'elle s'est répandue sans distinction de frontières ni de ressources, est ici expertisée à la lumière de statistiques et d'exemples choisis, selon la méthodologie éprouvée de L'état du monde. L'approfondissement de la crise des systèmes politiques, économiques et sociaux pose avec plus de force la question de l'alternative. Si celle-ci suscite de grandes attentes, elle se heurte à de puissants blocages. Aspirations et déceptions se renforcent réciproquement, au point de donner au phénomène un accent dramatique, dont la vague populiste reste la manifestation essentielle. Cette édition de L'état du monde mobilise des connaissances pluridisciplinaires. L'histoire, l'économie, la sociologie, la science politique, mais aussi le droit, la philosophie et la technologie contribuent en effet à l'intelligence des facteurs de blocage et de leurs conséquences. De même, la crise de l'alternance se retrouve à tous les échelons : politiques, économiques, sociétaux, culturels, médiatiques... Enfin, la réflexion se veut comparative, pour rendre compte de cette pathologie polymorphe. Parmi les facteurs et mécanismes générateurs se mêlent ravages de la " pensée unique ", poids des structures économiques, effets mécaniques des usures politiques, aveuglement face à la mondialisation, obsessions identitaires, malformations institutionnelles, échec de la gouvernance mondiale. La description des tentatives plus ou moins malheureuses d'alternance (" modèles " communistes, néolibéraux " reliftés ", " Printemps " arabe, néonationalismes et néosouverainismes, expériences chinoise, allemande, cubaine, latino-américaines...) révèle la diversité de ces blocages. Des essais de dépassement, encore très fragiles (nouvel internationalisme, mobilisations écologistes ou altermondialistes reconsidérées, perspectives d'alternatives au quotidien, réformes variées...), peuvent-ils néanmoins laisser poindre des lueurs d'espoir ? Grâce aux chercheurs et journalistes réunis autour de Bertrand Badie et Dominique Vidal, cette édition 2018 oppose l'analyse éclairée au constat fataliste, pour entrevoir l'avenir avec lucidité.

Assembling Alternatives

Author: Romana Huk
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 9780819565402
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First anthology to examine the national borders of postmodern poetry.

Alternatives To Convergence

Author: Jacob Kornbeck
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 394502112X
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How does professional education for future social workers and social pedagogues in one country compare with other countries? What happened in Germany, Denmark and French-speaking Belgium during the years 1989-2004, starting with the year when an EU Directive laid down common rules for the mutual recognition of higher education qualifications? And which lessons may English and British academics, policy-makers, employers and unionists draw from this European material? Are social work and social pedagogy bound to converge as they did in Germany? Or are there Alternatives to Convergence? Did professional education in the countries examined show signs of Europeanisation? These are some of the questions which readers will be able to explore in this book.\pAfter working in the European Commission (Sport Unit) (2001-14) Jacob Kornbeck recently joined the Secretariat of the European Data Protection Supervisor (Policy and Consultation Unit). His part-time research interests cover a range of policy areas, often involving transnational comparisons. Apart from social work and social pedagogy he has written and lectured on various aspects of sports policy, in particular anti-doping and athletes' rights, as well as health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA). Jacob holds degrees from German and British universities. This book is the slightly reworked text of his doctoral thesis (University of London). Following Inspiration from Brussels: the European Union and Sport (published by EHV Academic Press in 2013), this is his second book.\p

Winning Alternatives To The Billable Hour

Author: Mark A. Robertson
Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781604421286
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This newly revised third edition of the highly acclaimed Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour: Strategies that Work, provides you with tools you can use in your practice to implement and evaluate alternative billing methods, including real case studies of lawyers and firms successfully using alternative billing to deliver value to both the client and the lawyer.

Soviet Fates And Lost Alternatives

Author: Stephen F. Cohen
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520425
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In this wide-ranging and acclaimed book, Stephen F. Cohen challenges conventional wisdom about the course of Soviet and post-Soviet history. Reexamining leaders from Nikolai Bukharin, Stalin's preeminent opponent, and Nikita Khrushchev to Mikhail Gorbachev and his rival Yegor Ligachev, Cohen shows that their defeated policies were viable alternatives and that their tragic personal fates shaped the Soviet Union and Russia today. Cohen's ramifying arguments include that Stalinism was not the predetermined outcome of the Communist Revolution; that the Soviet Union was reformable and its breakup avoidable; and that the opportunity for a real post-Cold War relationship with Russia was squandered in Washington, not in Moscow. This is revisionist history at its best, compelling readers to rethink fateful events of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries and the possibilities ahead. In his new epilogue, Cohen expands his analysis of U.S. policy toward post-Soviet Russia, tracing its development in the Clinton and Obama administrations and pointing to its initiation of a "new Cold War" that, he implies, has led to a fateful confrontation over Ukraine.

Alternatives

Author: Helen P. Rogers
Publisher: Wellington Publications
ISBN: 091591526X
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Afghan Alternatives

Author: Ralph H. Magnus
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412816526
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In 1983, the International Conference on Afghan Alternatives brought together a small but diverse group of scholars and officials to discuss at length and in depth the issues raised by the tragic conflict that continues between the overwhelming majority of the Afghan people and the Soviet invaders since December 1979. In "Afghan Alternatives, "the participants have expanded and updated their conference remarks to illuminate the issues, present policy options, and offer wide-ranging and provocative solutions to the Afghan conflict, which they all view as a dangerous and illegitimate use of force by the Soviet Union. "Afghan Alternatives "answers these questions: Why did the Soviet Union invade Afghanistan? What options do they have now? What are the long-term strategic dangers for the region should the Soviets be allowed to absorb Afghanistan? What is the effect of Islamic ideology on the conflict? What are the security and political aspects of Afghan refugees in Pakistan? What are the broader aspects of the relationship of the Afghan resistance to the international order? What international developments could help resolve the conflict? What is the role of the international community in providing aid to Afghanistan? How does this conflict affect Pakistani-Afghan relations? "Contents and Contributors: "Ralph Magnus, "Introduction"; Jiri Valenta, "Soviet Aims, Policies, and Alternatives in Afghanistan"; Eden Naby, "The Afghan Resistance Movement"; Marvin G. Weinbaum, "The International Community and Afghanistan"; Responses and Options"; Harmon E. Kirby, "U.S. Policy on Afghanistan"; Thomas E. Gouttierre, "The Role of Perceptions Concerning American Interests in the Afghan Resistance"; Noor A. Husain, "Alternative Future for Afghanistan"; and commentaries by Marian K. Leighton, Gregory M. Kortanek, Seyed Qassem Reshtia, Seyed Bahauddin Majrooth, Katarina Sabahuddin Kushkaki, Louis Dupree, and Gerald C. Steibel.