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A plurality of academic viewpoints about the international scene, its actors, their roles and the texts they produce or interpret. Read More

The collection "Scène internationale" proposes to readers a plurality of academic viewpoints about the international scene, its actors, their roles and the texts they produce or interpret. It also explores the backstage of international politics, its settings and the public opinion. The collection addresses issues of geopolitics, diplomacy, foreign policy, geoeconomy, international organizations, security, conflict resolution or transformation. Traditional perspectives stand alongside reflexive processes and critical approaches of international relations in multidisciplinary analyses.

 

Direction
Michel LIÉGEOIS
Tanguy STRUYE DE SWIELANDE

Editorial board
Tanguy STRUYE DE SWIELANDE
Michel LIÉGEOIS
Tanguy DE WILDE D'ESTMAEL

Editorial policy and instructions to the authors
The editorial board examines all proposals to publish original works in
French and in English that may contribute to the development of the analysis
of international phenomena.
Each proposal shall be submitted anonymously to the appreciation of at
least two experts of the scientific committee and, if necessary, to an expert
outside the committee.
Authors will have to directly address their manuscripts to the leaders of the
editorial board, enclosed with a summary (maximum 100 words) and a
short biographic notice (maximum 50 words).
More detailed instructions are offered on the collection's website in order
to allow authors to adjust themselves to the collection’s conventions.
The collection Scène internationale being distributed in full-text on the PUL
website, each author therefore accepts that its work will be published in
two formats: paper and electronic.

Address of the reading committee
To the attention of Professor STRUYE DE SWIELANDE
SPLE – Place Montesquieu 1 bte L2.08.07
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve

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