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L’invention de la contestation transnationale par les forums et sommets : la naissance d’un « espace public mondial » ?

Abstract : The February 2003 demonstrations against the war in Iraq raised a broader question : does this global activism signal the emergence of a new transnational public sphere of collective action? To account for an event some regard as a turning point in the politics of contention, both in essence and in scale, this article undertakes an historical analysis of the social processes that have transnationalized activism. The analysis juxtaposes Jürgen Habermasâ?? definition of public space (1962) with the history of transnational social movements since the mid-1980s.
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Cecilia Baeza, Laurent Bonnefoy, Hélène Thiollet. L’invention de la contestation transnationale par les forums et sommets : la naissance d’un « espace public mondial » ?. Raisons politiques, Presses de Science Po, 2005, pp.25 - 43. ⟨hal-01675513⟩

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