Cours 23/24

Le cours « La RSE : nouveaux enjeux » propose une vision historique et critique de la RSE, en se fondant sur une perspective gestionnaire. Il a vocation à mêler théorie et exemples concrets dans le but de faire découvrir aux étudiants la façon dont les entreprises « font » de la RSE, tout en leur donnant les outils conceptuels nécessaires pour construire ou conserver une distance critique vis-à-vis de ces pratiques. 

Ce cours se centrera également sur les enjeux récents en termes de RSE. L’évolution du rôle de l’État dans ce domaine, plus interventionniste, modifie la façon dont les entreprises répondent aux problématiques sociales et environnementales en lien avec leurs activités. Le cadre réglementaire sera exposé, ainsi que la façon dont son évolution modifie les dispositifs et jeux d’acteurs au sein des entreprises, jusqu’aux modalités du dialogue social. 

The significant social, political, economic, cultural, and even psychological forces that have defined the last several centuries are often collected under the term modernity. To be sure, the very expansiveness of this concept makes it difficult to grasp. At the same time, the processes bound up with modernity have colored life in societies across the globe, and the Korean peninsula is certainly no exception to this trend. This course will explore the historical interspersing of Korean society, politics, and culture with the disparate global phenomena bound up with modernity and conceptions of ‘modernization’.

By doing so we will be able to approach the complexities of modernity as a concept by grounding it in the various ways that it has been incorporated, refracted, rejected, and contested within Korean society over the last 150 years. This will involve looking at the ways in which various forces of modernity interacted with Korean society. Ultimately, we will seek to understand the ways in which the search for, and struggle over, a Korean modernity stands at the fulcrum of a series of key historical junctures across its history. Indeed, this is a struggle that persists into the present day.

séance 1

Cours séance 1 - Giovedi 14 Settembre 2023

Manuel utilisé « Dieci », Alma Edizioni


  • Imparare l’alfabeto e la pronuncia in italiano

  • come si scrive

  • lettere e numeri

  • salutare e presentarsi

  • capire una presentazione

  1. Gioco dell’alfabeto : scrivi le parole che conosci : alla lavagna

  2. Espressione orale : facciamo lo spelling del proprio nome

  3. Impariamo a contare : gioco di memorizzazione dei numeri (0-20)

  4. Espressione orale : mi presento (nome)

Principles of International Security 

Dr. Carl Rihan

This course is expected to provide students with foundations in the field of international security and the highly-related field of foreign policy. It will seek to provide students with the “essentials toolbox” that would allow them to make analytical sense of the current and emerging international challenges and their impact on the peace, stability, and security of States, societies, and ecosystems. The course will address the theoretical underpinnings of security studies and the ensuing practice, before exploring the causes of wars, key notions such as Grand Strategy and Doctrine, classical approaches to State security such as military effectiveness, classical and post-classical deterrence, nuclear weapons, and collective security. The course will then explore a first generation of challenges that conventional approaches to security have faced, ranging from the role of decolonization and interventionism in the creation of world systems and unconventional logics of violence including proxy warfare, insurgency and counter-insurgency. Students will ultimately explore the second generation of challenges which relate to the post-1990 period including “Pax Americana”, the notion of “imperial overstretch”, terrorism and the “War on Terror”. The course will conclude with an exploration of emerging challenges including illicit financial flows (IFFs), the financing of terrorism, the changing nature of intelligence and surveillance, cybersecurity, and cryptocurrencies.

What has changed in Latin America since the beginning of the XXI century? This course examines the political, social, and economic dimensions of contemporary Latin America identifying the region’s major challenges for the next decades and showing how global processes impact local realities and shape what’s at stake. In the first three sessions, we will review the history and basic theories to understand modern Latin America, comparing different theoretical perspectives. State formation and classic populism will also be covered. Then, the seminar will focus on five major topics that strike the core of the region’s social and political problems: the “Pink Tide” of the early 2000s, parties, and party systems, new social movements, corruption, and organized crime, and the region in the US-China rivalry. A closing session will be dedicated to discussing the region’s future challenges and prospective scenarios. The course is addressed to both graduate and undergraduate students with or without previous knowledge about Latin America.

This course aims to present the main issues in contemporary world politics and how the discipline of international relations tackled them.  Of course, it is impossible in a short course as this one to discuss thoroughly all relevant contemporary issues in world politics. Hence, I have selected a handful of topics covering four regions: Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. In each of them, special attention will be paid to the main issues on the regional agenda and the effects they have on the international system. In addition, I added a section on the effect of the pandemic on world politics. In this way, the course provides students with basic knowledge to understand the evolution of the main aspects of contemporary international relations in the aforementioned regions.

Le cours 'Evaluation concours ESJ" prépare les étudiants de l'IEP désireux de se présenter à l'oral du concours de l'ESJ.