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Colonisation et décolonisation en Inde

Ashis NANDY is a political psychologist and sociologist of science who works at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies in New Delhi (India). He has worked on cultures of knowledge, visions, and dialogue of civilizations. He introduced his book " The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of Self Under Colonialism" written in 1983 and translated in spring 2007 in french (Fayard). This book looks at colonialism in its social, political and psychological context. The author suggests that its fundamental character is not so much economic or technological domination, but cultural subservience of the indigenous people to the arrogance ...
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Emerging countries and China new economic model

Conférence donnée par Jean-Joseph Boillot dans le cadre du WorkshopEmerging countries's economic and financial vulnerabilities : 10 years after the subprime crisisorganisé à Bordeaux le 8 décembre 2017Over the last decade, research programs about the economic achievements of emerging countries have highlighted the growing impact of these countries in global exchanges, in particular those belonging to the BRICS. Indeed, the latter are not only industrial and commercial giants but also major actors in the energy sector in such a way that the world balances are disturbed. Yet, further to the Subprime crisis and the world ...
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