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Politics in Gaullist France

coping with chaos
  • 181 Pages
  • 2.77 MB
  • English
Praeger , New York
France -- Politics and government --



StatementCharles Hauss.
LC ClassificationsDC417 .H38 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 181 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1877549M
ISBN 100275937348
LC Control Number90037788

The final section addresses the broader implications of the Gaullist experience for industrialized states in general.

An ideal supplemental text for courses in French politics and history, this book offers important new insights into a critical period in that country's modern political by: 3. Read the full-text online edition of Politics in Gaullist France: Coping with Chaos ().

what started as a book about France has turned into one that uses the French experience as a springboard to address the role of the modern state, something we will all be confronting as academics and as citizens for the rest of this century and.

Politics in Gaullist France: coping with chaos. [Charles Hauss] This is the first book-length attempt to provide a political and historical synthesis of the quarter-century () Politics in Gaullist France.

New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Online version. Gaullism is a French political school of thought which is based on the ideas and actions of General de Gaulle (head of the French resistance during WWII, former president of the French Republic and founder of France’s 5th Republic) Gaullists mostl.

The question today is whether the Gaullist legacy will enable a strong and confident France to play a full role in Europe's new security arrangements or whether France, because of its will to independence, is destined to play an isolated, national by: In France, the Gaullist Party is usually used to refer to the largest party professing to be sm claim to transcend the left-right divide (in a similar way to populist republican parties elsewhere such as Fianna Fáil in Republic of Ireland) but in practice the current Gaullist party is the centre-right Republicans.

In the past, some Gaullist voters saw themselves as leaning. In France, with a two-round system, this is surely the case. To win an election, there are three places to locate changeable votes in the second round - the further left, the further right, and.

In fact, that's the very theme of the book: a shift toward “normal” politics in France. From my point of view, French politics now has more in common with other Western democracies than ever. Like Britain, Canada, Germany, or the United States, France has had a. The final section addresses the broader implications of the Gaullist experience for industrialized states in general.

An ideal supplemental text for courses in French politics and history, this book offers important new insights into a critical period in that country's modern political development.

Buy Politics in Gaullist France: Coping with Chaos by Hauss, Charles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles Hauss. Book Description: French foreign policy in the 's seemed unique because it was dominated by the anachronistic ideals of Charles de Gaulle.

Edward L. Morse argues that in fact the foreign policies of all highly modernized states are so similar that they can be described and explained by a general theory of interdependence. As France begins to confront the new challenges of the post-Cold War era, the time has come to examine how French security policy has evolved since Charles de Gaulle set it on an independent course in the s.

Philip Gordon shows that Book Edition: Course Book. National consciousness and the role of France in world politics: the Gaullist perspective; 5.

Foreign policy leadership and national integration: a framework for analysis; Part II. The grand design and foreign policy praxis: a case study in Atlantic relationships and the domestic impact of Gaullist policy; 6.

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France could not afford to challenge Britain any more and had to find a basis for accommodation, ending several centuries of hostility if not distrust. The second moment came in when the Prussians defeated France and presided over the unification of German states.

Read the full-text online edition of French International Policy under de Gaulle and Pompidou: The Politics of Grandeur (). No longer would France conform to the bloc politics of the superpowers and, specifically, to the hegemonic dictates of the United States.

French International Policy Under the Fifth Republic The very distinctive elements of the Gaullist model for French national security—the absolute need for independence in decision making, a refusal to accept subordination to the United States, the search for grandeur andrang, the primacy of the nation-state, and the importance of national defense—can be explained in a number of different ways.

Some authors have seen Gaullist principles as. Well, Kessel was a writer and war correspondent who, when France was defeated inwent over to London and joined the Gaullist Resistance, the Free French.

Army of Shadows, written inis the book that made him famous and is still regarded as one of the greatest novels about the Resistance. Main A Certain Idea of France: French Security Policy and Gaullist Legacy. A Certain Idea of France: French Security Policy and Gaullist Legacy Other Social Sciences\\Politics.

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For an interesting discussion of this see W.G. Andrews () Presidential Government in Gaullist France (Albany: Suny Press). Google Scholar R. Rémond () Le retour de de Gaulle (Brussels: Complexe), pp–Author: John Gaffney. This book studies the link between these two aims, both by examining de Gaulle's political aims and style in a political and cultural context, and by looking first at French policy towards the Atlantic alliance, and then at the impact of de Gaulle's foreign policy on domestic politics.

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At the same time, he sought to establish in France a. Macron, in Gaullist fashion, seems to have sensed the pipeline was an easy opportunity to increase France’s influence at Germany’s expense.

This same reflex has shaped France’s response to. It was a reminder that the center of popular gravity in France remained on the right, even as its mind and imagination remained on the left; in elections held in June, the Gaullist party gained an.

Education, Culture and Politics in Modern France A volume in Society, School, and Progress Series. Book • It has indeed been claimed that the baccalaureate had become one of the instruments of Gaullist political action, a weapon used by the government to placate the bourgeoisie.

Culture and Politics in Modern France is concerned. But perhaps Gaullist republicanism, less monarchic than Macmillan charged, partakes of democracy less than Andrews says it does. Debates over ‘society’ versus ‘politics’ often tend toward circularity; this one might be straightened by an attempt to.

France's strengths, weaknesses and contradictions were all contained in him. The Gaullist heritage is, thus, intimately bound up with the nature of France. Neither is likely to change. The Gaullist regime in France has aroused much interest in the nature of French politics. This stimulating analysis of the conservative faction in France, revised by the author to include the government of General de Gaulle, should be of interest not only to students of that country's history and politics but also to general readers who would.

He uses France as a case study of his theory, and shows that what makes French foreign policy in this period so fascinating is the way in which the behavior of the President brought into sharp focus the problems interdependence poses for nation-states. The book is divided into two by: Gaullism (gō′lĭz′əm, gô′-) n.

The political movement supporting Gen. Charles de Gaulle as leader of the French government in exile during World War II. The political movement headed by Charles de Gaulle after World War II. The political principles and goals of Charles de Gaulle and his followers.

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Gaull′ist n. Gaullism. The Last Days of Charles De Gaulle The campaign run by France’s center-right has cut any last ties between the general and the party that claims to defend his legacy.

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