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La France dans la nouvelle Europe. Assumer le changement d’échelle

Abstract : Over the last twenty years, the European Union has in many respects become a far different project than that envisioned by its founding fathers. What kind of relationship does France have with this new Europe? An attentive observer of France's European policy, as well as its institutions, politicians, and the process of European expansion, Christian Lequesne explains why France, its political elite, and its society have so much trouble imagining the role of their country in the now broadened European Union, and similarly, to think positively about globalization. A sharp essay retracing the evolutions of France’s European policy starting in the early 1980’s, while offering paths for France to take in recovering a place in Europe, and for Europe in recovering a place in France.
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Christian Lequesne. La France dans la nouvelle Europe. Assumer le changement d’échelle. Presses de Sciences Po, pp.160, 2008. ⟨hal-03398486⟩



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