International Relations, Culture and Politics
Edited By Emmanuel Godin and Natalya Vince
Acknowledgements xi List of Abbreviations xiii List of Tables and Figures xvii Emmanuel Godin and Natalya Vince Introduction: France and the Mediterranean in 2011 1 PART 1 International Relations: France and the Mediterranean 17 Jean-Yves Moisseron and Manar Ezzat Bayoumi The Mediterranean: A Contested Concept 19 Jean-Robert Henry France’s Mediterranean Policy: Between National Ambitions and European Uncertainties 37 Ivano Bruno French Foreign Policy in the Mediterranean: Europeanization between Collective and National Approaches 69 David Styan The Revival of Franco-Libyan Relations 105 viii PART 2 Cultural Dialogue and Cross-Fertilization 131 Gérald Arboit France and Cultural Diplomacy in the Mediterranean 133 Patricia Caillé On the Confusion between Films about Women and Films by Women in the Construction of a Regional Cinema: The Maghreb vs. the Mediterranean 163 Mary Ben Bonham Hybrid Cultural Significance for the Bibliothèque Municipale à Vocation Régionale de Marseille 193 PART 3 Politics of Ethnicity and Postcolonial Memory 217 Bruno Levasseur French Artistes Engagés Transcending the Politics of ‘Race’ and ‘Ethnicity’ in the Republic (1980s–2000s) 219 Ed Naylor ‘A system that resembles both colonialism and the invasion of France’: Gaston Def ferre and the Politics of Immigration in 1973 249 Andrea Brazzoduro Postcolonial Memories of the Algerian War of Independence, 1955–2010: French Veterans and Contemporary France 275 Natalya Vince Questioning the Colonial Fracture: The Algerian War as a ‘Useful Past’ in Contemporary France and Algeria 305 ix Notes on Contributors 345 Index 349
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