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Esprit 8-9/2005
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8-9/2005
Vues d'Afrique

Esprit
 

Résumés / Abstracts (fr) (en)

ÉDITORIAL [EDITORIAL]
L’exécutif, la justice et l’autorité de l’État [Executive power, the judiciary, and governmental authority]

Vues d'Afrique

JEAN-PIERRE CHRÉTIEN
Introduction. L'Afrique face aux défis du monde [Introduction. Africa face to face with global challenges]

I. La France quitte-t-elle l'Afrique ?

Désengagement ?

DANIEL BOURMAUD
La nouvelle politique africaine de la France à l'épreuve [Putting France’s new African policies to the test]

GEORGES NIANGORAN BOUAH
Abandonnez-nous ! [Leave us alone!]

JEAN-PAUL NGOUPANDÉ & MAMADOU OUMAR NDIAYE
Encadrés [Boxed items]

De nouvelles relations ?

HUBERT COCHET
Concurrence déloyale : l'agriculture vivrière en crise [A case of unfair competition: Farming in crisis]

MOUSSA PARA DIALLO & JEAN VOGEL
Encadré : L'Afrique qui réussit [Boxed item: African success stories]

MOUSSA PARA DIALLO & JEAN VOGEL
Encadré : Échanges et coopération non gouvernementales : l'exemple du Mali [Boxed item: Non-governmental exchange and cooperation: Mali’s experience]

CHRISTIAN CONNAN
Encadré : L’action public d’aide au développement [Boxed item: Public development aid]

BERNARD MAGNIER
Le livre africain : un livre comme les autres [The presence of African literature: The evolution of literary criticism, publishing, and readership]

MICHEL GIRAUDOT
Encadré : Présence des cultures africaines [Boxed item: African culture in France]

Créations africaines

JEAN-PIERRE CHRÉTIEN & BERNARD SALVAING
Introduction

BERNARD SALVAING
Un parcours sur les chemins multiples des littératures africaines [Exploring the divergent paths of African literature]

JACQUES CHEVRIER
La littérature francophone et ses [Francophone literature and its heroes]

JEAN-PIERRE CHRÉTIEN
Regards africains au cinéma [African filmmaking]

YACOUBA KONATÉ
Africains sur le marché mondial de l'art [Africans on the global performing arts market]

CHRISTOPHE ROY
L'Afrique et la world music [Africa and "world music"]

III. L'Afrique, continent religieux ?

JEAN-PIERRE CHRÉTIEN & BERNARD SALVAING
Introduction

ALPHONSE QUENUM
Les christianismes en Afrique [Forms of Christianity in Africa]

GODEFROID KÄ MANA
Les Églises indépendantes en mutation [Ongoing changes in independent churches]

PAUL GIFFORD
De nouvelles Églises [New churches]

MURIEL GOMEZ-PEREZ
Trajectoires de l'islam en Afrique de l'Ouest [Islam’s pathways into West Africa]

SOULEY HASSANE
Mouvances islamiques et demande d'ouverture démocratique au Niger [Islamic movements and demands for more open politics in Niger]

IAN LINDEN
La poudrière religieuse du Nigeria [Nigeria’s religious powder keg]

VÉRONIQUE DUCHESNE
Renouveau des religions traditionnelles ? [A renewal of traditional faiths?]

IV. L'Afrique et le monde

JEAN-PIERRE CHRÉTIEN & BERNARD SALVAING
Introduction

Croissance et mobilités

PHILIPPE HUGON
L'Afrique dans la mondialisation [Africa and globalization]

MICHELLE GUILLON
La mosaïque des migrations africaines [The patchwork of African migratory flows]

JEAN SCHMITZ
Le rôle des zones transnationales. Migration et négoce aux frontières de la Mauritanie, du Sénégal et du Mali [The role of transnational areas. Migration and trade at the borders of Mauritania, Senegal, and Mali]

Défis passés et présents

ROGER BOTTE
Traite et esclavage, du passé au présent [The slave trade and slavery from past to present]

FRED EBOKO
Sida : des initiatives locales sous le désordre mondial [AIDS: Local initiatives ignore global inconsistency]

Ouvertures et resources

BINTOU SANANKOUA
Femmes du Mali [Women in Mali]

ABDOULAYE GUEYE
Les chercheurs africains en demande d'Occident [African scholars' great expectations from the West]

JOSEPH GAHAMA
Un afropessimisme intériorisé ? Regard croisé d'un universitaire de l'intérieur [Internalizing Afro-pessimism? A retort from an Africa-based scholar]

ANDRÉ BRINK
Explorer une histoire multiple [Exploring a manifold history]

ESPRIT
Orientation bibliographique [Notes on further reading]

Journal

PIERRE HASSNER
Un compromis dynamique pour l'Europe

MICHEL MARIAN
Les trois métamorphoses de la politique française après le référendum

JACQUES LE GOFF
Le contrat « nouvelles embauches » : « danoiserie » ou roulette russe ?

GUY COQ
Une laïcité universelle ?

OLIVIER MONGIN
Remonter la mer pour mieux renverser le monde

CÉCILE DESAUNAY
La traversée de la nuit

CLAUDE-MARIE TRÉMOIS
Aux abois, de Philippe Collin

CHRISTIAN THOREL
À propos d'une fuite en avant de la presse, au détriment du livre

Repères

JACQUES LE GOFF
Coup de sonde : La naissance d'un droit mondial ?



 

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Digital solidarity

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A finger pointing at the moon

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