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THE UK, A MARITIME POWER?
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INTRODUCTION
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The "map" of Part 1. The oceans, UK's geopolitical asset lien
The "map" of Part 2. The ocean economy, UK's source of power lien

Recap method 1 : Is the UK a global maritime power? lien
Recap method 2 : The UK and the sea, a changing relationship? lien

CASE STUDIES - ORAL PRESENTATIONS
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CS1 - The UK, a naval power
How is UK’s naval power contributing to its global influence?
Royal Navy basesUK naval strategy Royal Navy missions

CS2 - A powerful maritime economy
How is UK’s maritime economy contributing to its global influence?
Reasons for maritime strategy Improving shipping Maritime clusters

CS3 - Going green, a tool of maritime power
How is environmental protection an instrument of maritime power?
Boosting UK’s influence Boosting UK’s economy Helping vulnerable communities

CS4 - Dependent territories, a tool of maritime power
Are the dependent territories an instrument of maritime power?
An asset for the UK Competitors of the UK But vulnerable territories

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BRITAIN AND EUROPE 1973-2020
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INTRODUCTION
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Recap method 1 : Joining the EEC, a consensus? lien
Recap method 2 : Conservative ambivalence towards Europe lien

CASE STUDIES - ORAL PRESENTATIONS
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CS1 Britain joining the EEC: Labour-Tory consensus (1960-1975)
Why was it so difficult for the UK to join the EEC?
Applying to join the EEC 1961-1973
Entering and staying in the EEC 1973-1975

CS2 The Conservative New Right and Europe (1979-1997)
How did the Conservative party show its ambivalence towards Europe?
1979-1984 Margaret Thatcher setting things right: “We want our money back”
1985-1990 Margaret Thatcher and further integration: “No, no, no” but...

1990-1997 John Major, a pro-European PM against his own party

CS3 New Labour and Europe 1997-2010
How did the Labour party show its ambivalence towards the EU?
1997-2005 Tony Blair’s “Britain at the heart of Europe” yet...
1997-2010 The euro: maybe (Blair), maybe not (Gordon Brown -Chancellor 1997-2005, PM 2005-2010)
2002-2008 Did you say constitution?

CS4 The Conservatives and Brexit 2010-2020
How did ambivalence turn into -acrimonious- divorce?
2010-2016 the run-up to Brexit: David Cameron, a soft Eurosceptic hijacked by his own party
2016-2020 negotiating the Brexit: from Theresa May’s failures to Boris Johnson’s success

Ecjs Parlement tv series

Hello !

De quoi vous détendre tout en restant dans un thème d'Euro (celui d'Histoire). Vos collègue d'Euro de l'an dernier ont vraiment aimé pour l'humour, la galerie des personnages (notamment l'Euro-députée britannique mais pas que...) et le fonctionnement parfois hallucinant du Parlement européen :

Parlement
Jeune assistant parlementaire fraîchement engagé, Samy ne connaît pas grand-chose aux institutions européennes, mais espère s’en tirer au charme et au bagout.
La saison 1 est disponible en intégralité en ligne @ https://www.france.tv/series-et-fictions/series-comedies/parlement/

Have a good laugh ! I sure did ;)
Ms MONGANNE