PSIA, Master in International Public Management
Teachers : Helene JUILLARD (Consultante Humanitaire), Anne-Charlotte SCHNEIDER (Responsable des Urgences humanitaires). Pedagogical format : Seminar Course validation : Written : ﬁnal project proposal as a group mark, 60% of the ﬁnal mark ; Oral : workshop presentations, 20% of the ﬁnal mark (average of the two class presentations) ; Individual mark during the ﬁnal defense of the project, 20% of the ﬁnal mark. Workload : Ce cours entraine une charge de travail importante, puisque les élèves doivent travailler en groupe entre chaque cours. Course Description : The course starts with an introduction to humanitarian action and the environment in which relief projects are set up. Students are therefore not expected to have previous knowledge of the aid world. The course then moves on to the successive steps of the project cycle management : diagnosis, conception, monitoring during implementation and evaluation. The classic tools used in the aid sector are introduced step by step during lectures each followed by workshops during which students apply the tools to a speciﬁc relief project they progressively design. Students work in groups throughout the semester and submit their project proposal at the end of the course (using real world templates) and then defend it during a viva simulating the situation of an NGO negotiating with a donor. Required reading : Ressources Web sur l'aide humanitaire et voir plan de cours en ligne.
Workload : Lectures do not summarize the texts, they update, elaborate and supplement the texts. Students are expected to utilize readings fully to understand the issues raised in class, in order to be actively engaged in class discussions. Course Description : The Palestinian/ArabIsraeli conﬂict continues to be one of the most protracted and complicated conﬂicts on the international scene despite the many initiatives during its seven-decade history. Has the conﬂict deﬁed diplomacy ? Or has there not been enough political will to reach a peaceful solution ? This course aims at examining major diplomatic efforts exerted during different phases of the conﬂict and at identifying areas and causes of failure and success. Special emphasis will be put on the human dimension in an attempt to explore the role of key individual players, both regional and international, and their impact on the process. Required reading : Fred Khouri. The Arab-Israeli Dilemma, 3rd edition. Syracuse University Press, 1985. Chapters 1, 2, 3 ; Avi Shlain. The Iron Wall : Israel and the Arab World. W. W. Norton & Company, New York 2000. Chapters 1,5,9 ; Harold H. Saunders, The Other Walls : The Arab-Israeli Peace Process in a Global Perspective. Princeton University Press, 1991. Chapters 1-2 ; William B. Quandt, Peace Process : American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conﬂict since 1967. The Brookings Institution & University of California, 1993. Chapters 1, 2, 7, 8, 15 ; Yazid Sayigh, Armed Struggle and the Search for State. Oxford University Press 1997. Chapters 24, 25, 26.
DIPLOMATIC SUCCESSES AND FAILURES : THE ARAB-SRAEL CONFLICT AS A CASE STUDY
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
DROIT DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT : PRÉVENTION DES RISQUES ET LA RÉPRESSION DES ATTEINTES À L'ENVIRONNEMENT
Semestre : Printemps Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
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Teachers : Abdelelah AL KHATIB (Membre du parlement jordanien). Pedagogical format : Seminar Course validation : 10% For participation in the course. 25% midterm exam. 65% Paper of approx. 10 pages, (content to be agreed with instructor), deadline for submission : Session no.11.
Enseignants : Sébastien MABILE (Avocat, Docteur en droit). Prérequis : Connaissances en sciences politiques et en politique internationale. Connaissances de base en droit international public, droit public, droit communautaire et droit pénal. Connaissances de base en écologie. 1235