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pratico-imaginaire feront l'objet d'une exploration spéciale. La méthode de ce cours est fondée sur la comparaison, confrontation et combinaison de la théorie et de la pratique à différentes époques et en différents lieux. Classiques (extraits) : Protagoras de Platon, Politique(s) d'Aristote. Recherches contemporaines relatives à ces dimensions (extraits) : Testart, Hansen, Castoriadis, Dahl. La bibliographie comprend des ouvrages philosophiques, théoriques, sociologiques, expérimentaux, des documents historiques et politiques. Lectures principales demandées : Protagoras de Platon, Politique(s) d'Aristote ; Hansen, La Démocratie athénienne ; Castoriadis,L'Institution imaginaire de la société ; Dahl, After the Revolution ; On Democracy.
memo (< 500 words) in response to one out of three or four questions that will be proposed. Extra points : Forum postings : Students will assign up to ten likes to the postings they liked the best in the moodle forum. 40% of the class that receives the most likes will get an extra point. The instructors reserve the right to attribute an extra point to good quality posts that the class did not recognize. Workload : Students must attend class (attendance will be monitored and can result in grade adjustment) and carefully go over class notes (power point presentations). They are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues in class. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the online forum on Moodle. Pedagogical Method : Sessions (3-11) start with a 45-minute presentation by 3 students and a class debate. It is then followed by a PowerPoint based lecture by the instructors, in which the participation of students is required. All materials are available on Moodle, where students can also ﬁnd a discussion forum for active participation. Course Description : Energy is an essential component of economic life. As such, governments are heavily involved in energy sectors and with each other, for example when energy ﬂows cross borders. Energy can be either a tool or an objective of foreign policies and diplomacy. In conducting energy diplomacy, governments rely on corporations (sometimes state owned). In such a complex setting, the logic of diplomacy must interact with the commercial logic of corporations and with technological or resource limitation and realities. In addition to state governments, energy is an area of international policy making in international organizations with variable membership and rules. This course provides an in-depth discussion of international energy relations and energy diplomacy, with a particular emphasis on the regimes in which they take place (including written and unwritten rules). The course utilizes case studies (one per session) to entangle different modes of interaction between stakeholders ; politics, markets and technology ; bilateral and multilateral relations ; and so forth. Required reading : Summary for Policymakers — IPCC WGIII Fifth Assessment : http :// mitigation2014.org/report/summary-for-policymakers ; World Energy Outlook 2016 ; www.eia. gov/countries. 1195
DIPLOMACY OF ENERGY (THE)
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Marc-Antoine EYL-MAZZEGA (Director, Centre for Energy), Dagmar GRACZYK (Senor Energy Analyst), Giacomo LUCIANI (Director Gulf Research Center Foundation). Prerequisite : Understanding of basic economics, familiarity with current energy issues and key international players. Ability to draw together technical, political, economic, commercial and cultural threads to understand the fabric of international energy policies among nations. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : 1/3 of the grade : Presentation & class participation : students will peer grade each other on their presentations (in class) and instructors will verify and, if necessary, adjust this grade based on participation in class. 1/3 of the grade : An open-book take-home midterm wi