- 02:45A life-time story
- 04:35Personal reason to study the origins of WWII
- 07:44What was the decision making process to enter the WWII ?
- 09:25The Political sciences as new, detached view of History analysis
- 10:49Entrance into London School of Economics (LSE) in 1970s in the Department of International Relations
- 12:14Difference between the teaching of International relations in UK and USA: Foreign Policy and analysis in LSE
- 12:48The challenge of a PhD supervisor and its "positive" prejudice. The role of Graham T. Allison's "Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis", 1971
- 15:31Meeting Roger Morgan, major figure of European studies in UK (1932-2015) and William Wallace
- 17:24Switching to a new supervisor: Alan Bullock, the author of "Hitler: A Study in Tyranny", 1952
- 19:11Switching to a new interest without publishing the results of the thesis research
- 21:13Publishing the PhD thesis: "Cabinet Decisions on Foreign Policy: The British experience, October 1938-June 1941"
- 23:37Intellectual references and key notions: the example of the Historian John Morris Roberts
- 24:47Geographical and cultural ranges as embedded into the society
- 25:33Upon the influence of Roberts, how the international relations politics affects ordinary people's life ?
- 26:07Intellectual references to Sir Michael Howard, the father of strategic studies, Lawrence Freedman, Miles Kahler, Steven Lukes, A.J.P. Taylor, William Wallace, Joseph Frankel, David Vital, Michael Brecher
- 31:25"Decision making": theory on concentric circles
- 32:38The appointment of Professor Susan Strange in 1980s
- 34:35Leadership in 1994 of the Department of International relations at the LSE
- 35:19The Chapter of the post-Cold War, the idea of the end of nation-state and the frenzy of the Globalisation
- 36:21Answer to the Globalisation theory "le défi de la mondialisation"
- 37:51One could not and should not ignore the role of the State
- 39:29Analyse the relation between continuity and change, our job as intellectuals ans social scientists
- 40:46The Relationship between the member-states and European Union
- 42:49Understand the relationship between the member-states and theirs international policies and the collective
- 44:22"The capability-expectations gap or conceptualising Europe's international role" as major point in the European Union politics analysis
- 48:08The Cambridge turn
- 49:48Translation of the Works of a French soldier, war prisoner of the Arbeit Kommando
- 54:08The observation on "How international politics affects domestic life?" applied on contemporary London
- 56:18The changing nature of society, international relations implication
- 58:34References to "Bringing War Home"
- 59:48Dealing with diversity inside of the European Unions
- 1:05:25Regrets and Hopes
- 1:06:10Comment a subject of political actuality
- 1:06:31Britain's relationship with the European Union
- 1:14:53Two anecdotes about loosing innocence
- 1:20:56Another career anecdote: A story about the Cold War
- 1:24:31Dealing with contemporary politics
- 1:26:47Claims for a red line not to be crossed
- 1:28:30New generations should find civilised understanding through International relations and politic studies
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The Changing Nature of Society and its International Relations Implication
Within this interview Christopher HILL goes back to his scientific background in History: a very personal reason to study the origins of World War II (WWII). The main problem he is revealing is the question: “What was the “decision making” process to enter the WWII?”. Hill is approaching then the Political science as new, detached view, of History analysis. His entrance into London School of Economics(LSE) in 1970s in the Department of International Relations marks an introduction of Hill's special teaching area: Foreign Policy and analysis. The lifetime experience of Hill shows the example of a challenging relationship between a PhD supervisor and a PhD student.
Digging in his research experience, Hill is treating the geographical and cultural ranges as embedded into the society through the Political subject. In the same line of thoughts and under the influence of Roberts, Hill is seeking to understand how the international relations politics affects ordinary people's life, especially trough the example of the War. He is analysing the case of the post-Cold war period imposing the idea of the end of the nation-state and the frenzy of the Globalisation.
However, according to Hill, one could not and should not ignore the role of the State. He defends the idea that the job of the intellectuals and the social scientists is to analyse the relation between continuity and change. And Hill observes that process in the relationship between the member-states and the European Union. He is pursuing his analysis through the observation on "How international politics affects domestic life?" applied on contemporary London and assumes that the changing nature of society has international relations implication.
Two anecdotes of the end of the interview are witnessing the great outcome of the career of Christopher Hill: the first one is about loosing innocence. The second: a story about the Cold War.
Christopher Hill is a Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations, Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), University of Cambridge, UK and a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College.
His publications are in the areas of foreign policy analysis and general International. Most recent of them being:
- The Art of Attraction: Soft Power and the UK’s Role in the World(with Sarah Beadle), British Academy, 2014
- The National Interest in Question: Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies, OUP 2013
- National and European Foreign Policies, edited with Reuben Wong, Routledge 2011
- The European Union in International Relations, edited with Michael Smith, 2nd edition 2011
- Date de réalisation : 12 Mars 2015
- Lieu de réalisation : FMSH, 190 Avenue de France, 75013 Paris, France
- Durée du programme : 90 min
- Classification Dewey : Relations internationales, philosophie politique, Idéologie politique - Histoire, Vie politique. Partis politiques. Elections, Histoire universelle de 1800 à nos jours
- Auteur(s) : HILL Christopher, DOBREVA Neli
- producteur : FMSH-ESCoM
- Réalisateur(s) : GALITZINE Dimitri, DOBREVA Neli, de PABLO Elisabeth