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See detailEtudier les groupes de jeunes : un terrain au cœur de conflits.
Collin, Jonathan ULg

Scientific conference (2015, May 08)

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See detailÉtudier les jeux vidéo à l'université : l'exemple du Liège Game Lab
Dozo, Björn-Olav ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailEtudier les traditions orales en Communauté française de Belgique
Lempereur, Françoise ULg

Scientific conference (2010, August 30)

La communication s'attache à définir les grandes lignes de l'évolution de l'étude de la tradition orale en Belgique et dans les pays proches. Elle pointe certaines lacunes et propose quelques pistes pour ... [more ▼]

La communication s'attache à définir les grandes lignes de l'évolution de l'étude de la tradition orale en Belgique et dans les pays proches. Elle pointe certaines lacunes et propose quelques pistes pour y remédier [less ▲]

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See detailL'étymologie de cramique
Boutier, Marie-Guy ULg

in Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire (2006), 84

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See detailUne étymologie qui se *corse* (adjectif et substantif)
Baiwir, Esther ULg

in Retali-Medori, Stella (Ed.) Paroddi Varghji. Mélanges offerts à Marie-José Dalbera-Stefanaggi (2015)

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See detailEU and Brazil
Santander, Sébastian ULg

Scientific conference (2014, March 31)

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See detailEU and Brazil : partners or competitors ?
Santander, Sébastian ULg

Scientific conference (2014, April 03)

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See detailThe EU and Brazil in a changing world: strategic partners or competitors?
Santander, Sébastian ULg

in Smith, Michael; Keukeleire, Stephan; Vanhoonacker, Sophie (Eds.) The Diplomatic System of the European Union Evolution, Change and Challenges (2016)

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See detailEU and Brazil in Africa: a Solidarity Triangular Cooperation? The case of biofuel production in Mozambique
Cusson, Gabrielle ULg

Conference (2015)

Although triangular cooperation (TrC) between the European Union (EU) and Brazil in Africa is still in its early stages, recent joint action plans (2008; 2011) establish certain principles such as ... [more ▼]

Although triangular cooperation (TrC) between the European Union (EU) and Brazil in Africa is still in its early stages, recent joint action plans (2008; 2011) establish certain principles such as solidarity and local empowerment. In addition, they identify climate change, sustainable development and renewable energy as one of TrC priority areas. The recent strategic partnership between EU and Brazil for the biofuel production in Mozambique already raises many questions. The project aims to increase efficiency of bioethanol, biodiesel and bioelectricity production by intensifying agricultural production in lands of Mozambique. Currently, a feasibility study for project implementation is underway. However, many critics have been raised regarding the lack of transparency and the top down process of the project. The critics also raise awareness for the issues of environmental land degradation, food insecurity and land grabbing. Thus, there seems to be a gap between the rhetoric of the EU and Brazil about TrC principles and the reality that is emerging in Africa. Therefore, it is relevant to ask ourselves whether the TrC reflects principles of solidarity and development or respond to the interests of the « donnors »? This article will attempt to analyze the strategic and commercial interests behind this partnership. As part of the energy policy of the EU that aims to use 20% of renewable energy by 2020, its need for biofuel is undeniable. The creation of new biofuel supply platforms in Africa, which could be acquired to minimum taxe level, is definitively in its best interests. For Brazil, the acquisition of land in Africa for biofuel production could beneficiate its national companies such as Cosan or Copersucar [less ▲]

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See detailThe EU and crisis in Ukraine: policy continuity in times of disorder?
Natorski, Michal ULg

in Bouris, Dimitris; Schumacher, Tobias (Eds.) The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy. Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy (in press)

This chapter examines the dominant continuity of the EU’s transformative policy in Ukraine during the crisis in Ukraine. Natorski scrutinizes how the Euromaidan revolution, the annexation of Crimea and ... [more ▼]

This chapter examines the dominant continuity of the EU’s transformative policy in Ukraine during the crisis in Ukraine. Natorski scrutinizes how the Euromaidan revolution, the annexation of Crimea and the war in Donbass affected the dynamics of EU policy reproduction since 2013 and explains the EU-Ukraine-Russia discussions on the potential trade consequences of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area. The dynamics of the continuity of the EU policy towards Ukraine and the altered role of Russia are explained in terms of the discursive representations of the crisis in Ukraine by the EU. The chapter concludes that the policy reproduction and change depend on what actors make of the crisis and to what extent crisis representation can be mediated coherently through the background discursive schemes. [less ▲]

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See detailThe EU and its far-abroad: Interregional relations with other continents
Santander, Sébastian ULg; Ponjaert, Frederik

in Telò, Mario (Ed.) EU and global governance (2009)

Le présente recherche fait une analyse comparative de la stratégie asiatique et latino-américaine de l'Union européenne.

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See detailEU and Latin America in the context of the emergent multipolarity
Santander, Sébastian ULg

Scientific conference (2012, December 14)

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See detailThe EU and Latin America: The Ups and Downs of Interregionalism
Santander, Sébastian ULg

in Söderbaum, Fredrik; Stålgren, Patrik (Eds.) The European Union and the Global South (2010)

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See detailThe EU and the Diplomacy of Interregionalism
Santander, Sébastian ULg

Scientific conference (2013, January 24)

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See detailThe EU and the shifts of power in the international order: challenges and responses
Santander, Sébastian ULg

in European Foreign Affairs Review (2014), 19(1), 65-82

This article revisits the debate about the place of Europe on the international stage. Faced with the growing power of emerging countries, what place can the European Union (EU) hope to occupy? In other ... [more ▼]

This article revisits the debate about the place of Europe on the international stage. Faced with the growing power of emerging countries, what place can the European Union (EU) hope to occupy? In other words, is the world in the process of developing outside Europe, or is Europe positioning itself as one of the principal centres of the international order? In attempting to answer this vast and complex question, the article will examine three points.The first will look at the distribution of global power through the rise of emerging powers. Second, it will examine Europe in the light of changes affecting the international order. There are opposing interpretations.The vision of a Europe in decline is contrasted with arguments that present the Union of twenty-eight Member States as one of the leading poles of the new, emerging international order.The exaggerated nature of these visions persuaded us to favour a third way – that of a European player with relative influence, but ‘under construction’. [less ▲]

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See detailEU Competition Law and Economics
Petit, Nicolas ULg; Geradin, Damien; Layne-Farrar, Anne

Book published by Oxford University Press (2012)

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See detailEU Consumer Protection and Behavioural Sciences
Sibony, Anne-Lise ULg; Helleringer, Geneviève

in Sibony, Anne-Lise; Alemano, Alberto (Eds.) Nudge and the Law: A European Perspective (2015)

In this chapter, we review the behavioural critique of EU consumer legislation and focus is on how behavioural insights are being incorporated or could realistically be incorporated in existing or new ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, we review the behavioural critique of EU consumer legislation and focus is on how behavioural insights are being incorporated or could realistically be incorporated in existing or new rules. Behavioural scholars sometimes present EU consumer law as archaic and counter-productive and this creates a diffuse view that a behavioural turn would constitute a revolution for EU consumer law. We do not subscribe to this view. We begin by putting the current legitimacy crisis of EU consumer law in perspective. Specifically, we explain why EU law evolved to be an apparent anti-model of behavioural regulation and discuss whether the internal market constraints that still exist prevent a behavioural turn. We conclude that they do not. We illustrate this claim in relation to disclosure mandates. The central feature of disclosure mandates in EU consumer law has been severely criticised in the light of behavioural findings. We agree that they are over-used but find that disclosure mandates, as a technique, can still serve a useful purpose and suggest how their use can be streamlined. We also point out that recent developments tend to make disclosures smarter and point to directions to pursue this evolution. Finally, we turn to the core message of behavioural insights to policy makers: ‘make it simple’ and analyse how it has been received in EU consumer law beyond the specific issue of disclosure. We find evidence of an intention to simplify which predates the current commitment of the Commission to make simplification a priority, but highlight that efforts to simplify have led to half-baked solutions that are not simple enough. We conclude that EU consumer law does not need a revolution but a continued reform and that it contains the seeds of a more behavioural approach. [less ▲]

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