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International Relations Are Acoustic. Let’s Listen!

Abstract : [...] This current issue is composed of two Longform articles, two brushstrokes and one multimodal. The two Longform articles deal with classical music in different political contexts by focusing on the connections between music and politics. [...] Mario Dunkel explores the tensions in West German cultural diplomacy, especially during the Cold War period. [...] The second article analyzes the role of Maestro Daniel Barenboim in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. [...] In the first brushstroke, Corentin Cohen comes back to Brazilian funk that embodies the soul of favelas. [...] The second brushstroke deals with the role of music in the Balkans and more specifically in Bosnia–Herzegovina. [...] In the Multimodal Section, Luis Velasco Pufleau underlines the paradox of humanitarian songs.
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Frédéric Ramel. International Relations Are Acoustic. Let’s Listen!. Frédéric Ramel. Arts & International Affairs, 3 (2 (summer 2018)), pp.en ligne, 2018. ⟨hal-03387591⟩

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