The first part focuses on the colonial idea presented as the keystone of salazarism. It shows how the national sentiment becomes consubstantial of the colonial idea, throughout the intense impreial mystic orchestrated by the salazarist propaganda in the s, to the extent of asserting itself as the intangible base of the regime. The second part focuses on the question of the salazarist regime nature presented as close to a conservative authoritarianism much than fascism, emphasizing the key figure, central and complex, of the dictator. The third part focuses on the posterity of salazarism and its memory in democratic Portugal, since the revolution of April The European choice, consequence both of the decolonization and of the institutionalization of the democracy, allowed the Portuguese to override the brutal disappearance of centuries-old overseas, without creating, till yet, an absolute war of memories.
Nations et nationalisme
Le Nationalisme - Rapports de Stage - dissertation
Barbara Delcourt, Passions et ambivalences. The first one was dedicated to Martti Koskenniemi's works. All articles are underpinned by a consistent line of thought which is epitomized in Emmanuelle Jouannet's presentation. Far from being a mere description of the content of Berman's articles, or a kind of hagiographic introduction, her presentation contains elements of explanation, be they personal or more linked to the academic or political environment, which prove to be very useful in order fully to grasp the richness and the complexity of his analyses. Indeed, Nathaniel Berman can hardly be classified into ready-made categories of legal doctrines. Being inspired by different disciplines, among others history and psychoanalysis, he offers a truly original perspective on colonialism and nationalism which sheds light on international law and, more precisely, on the conditions under which these political phenomena have been tackled by case law, diplomats, and legal scholars.
La montée des nationalismes en afrique
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Sous la direction de Jean Devisse. Nationalism and colonialism : the colonial ideology discourse about Africa and africans from the french nationalist right during the 30' to the "revolution nationale". The nationalist, reactionary, fascist and "maurrassienne" right elaborate from the 's a discourse and a spedifici ideology about the colonial attempt. Since the nationalist right express an "anticolonialism" until its understanding of the empire during the 20's about which the final will be the imperial glorification, mainly during the Vichy period : the "revolution nationale". The purpose of this study is to present the structure and the influence of the colonial ideology of the "droites".