Justice internationale et impunité, le cas des Etats-Unis

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La justice internationale perd toute crédibilité si les Etats puissants continuent à bénéficier d'une totale impunité. Le cas des Etats-Unis est emblématique : politique d'agression, traitements inhumains, détentions illégales, autant de "crimes internationaux" dont les responsables devraient être poursuivis selon la charte de l'ONU et les Conventions de Genève. Voici le constat accablant des faits d'Hiroshima à nos jours, les valeurs à défendre et les actions à mener pour que l'humanité l'emporte sur la barbarie.
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Editions L'Harmattan
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Mar 1, 2007
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Pages
306
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9782296169203
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Language
French
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Genres
Law / General
Political Science / International Relations / General
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« Un ouvrage d’avant-garde qui devrait être lu par tous soucieux de l’Afrique. D’une manière magistrale, mais facilement compréhensible et approfondie, les auteurs démolissent le mythe selon lequel les pays africains ont reçu d’importants flux nets de capitaux étrangers. Ce livre devrait modifier radicalement la pensée et la politique. » – John Weeks
Dans La dette odieuse de l’Afrique, Léonce Ndikumana et James K. Boyce révèlent le fait choquant que, contrairement à la perception populaire comme quoi l’Afrique ponctionne les ressources financières de l’Occident, le continent est en fait un créancier net du reste du monde. Au cours des quatre dernières décennies, plus de 700 milliards de dollars ont fui les pays d’Afrique sub-saharienne. Toutefois, les actifs de l’Afrique détenus à l’étranger sont privés et cachés, tandis que ses dettes extérieures sont publiques, dus par les peuples africains à travers leurs gouvernements.
Ndikumana et Boyce montrent les liens intimes entre les prêts étrangers et la fuite des capitaux. Plus de la moitié de l’argent emprunté par les gouvernements africains dans les dernières décennies a fui dans la même année, une partie importante étant déposée dans des comptes privés dans les mêmes banques qui ont fourni les prêts. Entre temps, le service de la dette continue à drainer les ressources rares de l’Afrique, réduisant ainsi les fonds disponibles pour la santé publique et d’autres besoins de base. De façon provocatrice, les auteurs proposent que les gouvernements africains devraient répudier ces «dettes odieuses» dont leur peuple n’a tiré aucun avantage, et que la communauté internationale devrait aider dans cet effort.
Un livre indispensable pour quiconque s’intéresse à l’Afrique, son avenir et ses relations avec l’Occident.
Axiomatic and constructive approaches to quantum field theory first aim to establish it on precise, non-perturbative bases: general axioms and rigorous definition of specific theories respectively. From the viewpoint of particle physics, the goal is then to develop a relativistic scattering theory, including particle analysis and the derivation of general properties of collision amplitudes. Taking into account successive improvements, this book provides a modern, self-contained, and coherent presentation of important developments from the last twenty years, most of which have not been treated or discussed in detail in earlier books. These developments include in particular the axiomatic derivation, in massive theories, of general causal and momentum-space analyticity properties of multiparticle collision amplitudes; the constructive definition, initially in the (unphysical) euclidean space, of various models including non-super-renormalizable theories treated in the 1980s via phase-space expansions; and the subsequent constructive approach to scattering theory, which provides information on the mass spectrum, asymptotic completeness, and multiparticle structure in increasingly higher energy regions.

Originally published in 1993.

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The International Conference on Theoretical Physics, TH-2002, took place in Paris from July 22 to 27 in the Conference Center of the UNESCO, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, under aegis of the IUPAP, the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics and of the French and Euro pean Physical Societies, with a large support of several French, European and international Institutions. International and crossdisciplinary, TH-2002 welcomed around 1200 partic ipants representing all domains of modern theoretical physics. The conference offered a high-level scientific program, including 18 plenary lectures, 45 general lectures in thematic sessions and 140 more specialized lectures, partly invited and partly selected among proposals received from participants. Around 500 contribu tions were also presented as posters. Plenary lectures as well as general thematic lectures were addressed to a general audience of theoricians, not only to specialists. According to our commitments towards UNESCO and other sponsoring insti tutions, TH-2002 attributed more than 200 fellowships, mostly to scientists from developing countries and Eastern Europe, covering registration fees and, for more than half of them, stay expenses with student type accomodation. Special highlights of the conference included • the opening ceremony on July 22, with the participation of Mrs Claudie Haignere, French Minister of Research, and M. Walter Erdelen, General Ad joint Director for Sciences at UNESCO. Their opening addresses were espe cially appreciated and are reproduced below. This ceremony preceded the first lecture by Professor Cohen-Tannoudji, Physics Nobel prize winner.
This book is the sixth in a series of lectures of the S ́ eminaire Poincar ́ e,whichis directed towards a large audience of physicists and of mathematicians. The goal of this seminar is to provide up-to-date information about general topics of great interest in physics. Both the theoretical and experimental aspects are covered, with some historical background. Inspired by the Bourbaki seminar in mathematics in its organization, hence nicknamed “Bourbaphi”, the Poincar ́ e Seminar is held twice a year at the Institut Henri Poincar ́ e in Paris, with cont- butions prepared in advance. Particular care is devoted to the pedagogical nature of the presentations so as to ful?ll the goal of being readable by a large audience of scientists. This volume contains the ninth such Seminar, held in 2006. It is devoted to Relativity and Experiment. This book starts with a detailed introduction to general relativity by T. Damour. It includes a review of what may lie beyond by string theorist I. - toniadis, and collects up-to-date essays on the experimental tests of this theory. General relativity is now a theory well con?rmed by detailed experiments, incl- ing the precise timing of the double pulsar J0737-3039 explained by M. Kramer, member of the team which discovered it in 2003, and satellite missions such as Gravity Probe B described by J. Mester. The search for detecting gravitational waves is also very much under way as reviewed by J.Y. Vinet. Wehopethatthecontinuedpublicationofthisserieswillservethecommunity of physicists and mathematicians at professional or graduate student level.
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