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L’évolution des grands singes, qu’apprenons-nous encore aujourd’hui ?

Les chercheurs du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle nous présentent l'état des connaissances actuelles sur les spécificités des origines humaines en lien avec les celles des grands singes, en replaçant les individus dans leur environnement. Les méthodes d'imagerie appliquées aux collections paléoanthropologique permettent d'affiner les recherches. Visualisation en 3D de la collection des crânes de grands singes. Séance traduite en langue des signes (LSF).
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Lattara : 2600 ans d'histoire

Lattara : 2600 ans d'histoireReportage intégral sur le chantier de fouilles archéologiques de Lattes. Site protohistorique dont les premiers vestiges remontent au 6ème siècle avant JC, carrefour de cultures et d’échanges commerciaux entre les différents peuples du pourtour méditerranéen, Lattara continue d’attiser la curiosité des chercheurs et des archéologues après 3 décennies. Découvrez en 15 minutes quelques-unes des facettes de ce site précurseur de l’archéologie méditerranéenne : l’historique de l’ouverture du chantier, la synergie des différentes activités de recherche, la nature des fouilles réalisées en juillet 2013 ...
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The Amity International school network in Cameroon

1st PANEL :   Private actors producing and receiving Turkish soft power : relationships to the Turkish statePrésentation 1. Charly DELMAS TSAFACK (International relations institute of Cameroon),  “The Amity International school network in Cameroon”The emerging countries are likely to play a leading role in the world economy and governance in a more or less near future. Africa constitutes a new playing field of these countries. Forsaken formerly by globalization, the African continent from now on is courted as well by the traditional industrial powers as by the emergent powers. Turkey is not in rest. In 1998, the Turkish diplomats through their Ministry of ...
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Two dimensions of soft-power politics: Turkish involvement in the Balkans

1st PANEL :   Private actors producing and receiving Turkish soft power : relationships to the Turkish statePrésentation 2. Jan MUŚ (Center for Eastern Studies - Catholic University of Lublin - Warsaw School of Social Science and Humanities), “Two dimensions of soft-power politics: Turkish involvement in the Balkans”The aim of this article is to propose a division of the core concept of soft-power into two segments. The Turkish engagement in the Balkans should serve as the case study base. Whereas public polls clearly indicate that Turkish culture, values, etc., although popular and interesting for Balkan observers, have rather limited impact on the society in ...
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The Hizmet Movement as a softpower tool in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq: between foreign policy and domestic politics

2d PANEL :    Diffusion, circulation and backfires of Turkey’s influence  Présentation 2.Yohanan BENHAIM / Paris 1 University – IFEA :"The Hizmet Movement as a softpower tool in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq:  between foreign policy and domestic politics"This presentation is an attempt to understand the articulation and interdependency existing between soft power and domestic politics. Our main hypothesis is that important interdependency links exist between domestic policies implemented on the state’s own territory and the soft power’s policy, especially in a context of strong transnational dynamics. In order to verify this hypothesis, we will study the role played by the Hizmet movement, ...
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Regional networks in an emerging art market area : positionning Istanbul as a Hub

<p style="text-align: justify;">The objective of this paper is to analyze Istanbul art world’s recent positioning as a point of attraction for neighboring countries’ art scenes, in the context of the debate on Turkey’s soft power. Drawing on critiques made on Nye’s concept, this paper takes the focus out of state actors and of tools promoting national interests abroad. Instead, it emphasizes urban elites’ role in promoting their city’s international attractiveness and complex regional independencies resulting from complementarities and competition among neighboring cities. The ...
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