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Developments in French Politics 6 (6th Edition)

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This new version of a leading textbook on French politics offers cutting-edge analysis of recent events, discussing their significance for France itself as well as for Europe and the wider world. It covers a wide range of...

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This new version of a leading textbook on French politics offers cutting-edge analysis of recent events, discussing their significance for France itself as well as for Europe and the wider world. It covers a wide range of current challenges facing the country and considers how issues such as economic stagnation, rising inequalities, trade deficits, and terrorism fit with wider patterns in global politics. Placing these developments in their broader historical and theoretical contexts, this is essential reading on French politics modules. Moreover, as it systematically covering the various political institutions such as leadership, parties, it can also be used at various points throughout comparative government modules. Finally, covering a variety of recent social issues it will be of interest to more general French society courses.

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Leading text on French politics with a proven-track record of combining expert analysis with an international perspective


Places the challenges faced by France in a broad global context

Draws upon a balanced team of editors and authors (from France, the United States and the United Kingdom) with internationally recognised expertise on French and comparative European politics

Integrates core themes and institutions with contemporary issues





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New co-editor Helen Drake joins the book's experienced team of editors

Completely revised to take stock of the presidency of Hollande, the first year of Macron, and to look forward to future of France and its significance to European and global politics

Covers a range of new topics including the National Front, immigration, multiculturalism and gender and sexual politics



1. Introduction: The Republic in Danger; Alistair Cole, Helen Drake, Sophie Meunier & Vincent Tiberj
2. Political Leadership; Alistair Cole & Helen Drake
3. The 2017 Electoral Series; Camille Bedock & Nicolas Sauger
4. Political parties and political realignment; Rainbow Murray
5. Political Parties: the Left; Philippe Marlière
6. The National Front; Sylvain Crepon
7. Political Parties: the Right and Centre; Nick Startin & Ben Leruth
8. New thinking about new families? Developments in gender and sexual politics in Contemporary French society; Bruno Perreau
9. Religion and the Republic; Yann Raison du Cleziou & Magali Della Sudda
10. Territorial Reform: Cities and Regions; Romain Pasquier
11. Racial prejudice and immigration; Vincent Tiberj, Nonna Mayer, Tommaso Vitale & Guy Michelat
12. Socio-economic policy and governance; Susan Milner
13. Is France still France? Has Europe unmade France? From Europeanisation to internationalization; Helen Drake & Sophie Meunier
14. In whose name? Multiculturalism, foreign policy and the French national interest; Christopher Hill
15. Defense and Foreign policy; Jolyon Howorth.
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Alistair Cole is Professor of Comparative Politics at Sciences Po Lyon, France 


Helen Drake is Professor of French and European Studies at Loughborough University London, UK  

Sophie Meunier is Research Scholar in Public and International Affairs and Co-Director of the EU Program at Princeton at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, USA  

Vincent Tiberj is Senior Research Fellow at Sciences Po Bordeaux, France

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Alistair Cole is Professor of Comparative Politics at Sciences Po Lyon, France 


Helen Drake is Professor of French and European Studies at Loughborough University London, UK  

Sophie Meunier is Research Scholar in Public and International Affairs and Co-Director of the EU Program at Princeton at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, USA  

Vincent Tiberj is Senior Research Fellow at Sciences Po Bordeaux, France

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