BSCS 2014

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Jeudi 1er janvier 2015, par DK // BSCS 2014

Journée d’études à l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne le 27 juin 2014.
Compte-rendu de la journée en français. BANDUNG 60 YEARS ON : WHAT ASSESSMENT ?
One-day seminar in the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne on June 27, 2014.
The summary report of the seminar in English. Another report was published in IIAS Newsletter No. 69 Autumn 2014. The 1955 Bandung Asian-African Conference is a turning point of world history. It is for the first time in world history that representatives of the former colonised nations united their forces and proposed alternatives to the world order dominated by the superpowers. It is the birthday of the so-called Third World countries, term that indicates the willingness of those nations to take position outside the two blocks of superpowers. The conference has triggered solidarity movements among peoples, countries, states and nations of Africa and Asia. It has made possible the representation of African and Asian countries in the UN and the recognition of the voice of colonised peoples in the world order. It has accelerated the complete reconquest of independence of Africa and Asia. It has led to the Non-Aligned Movement between the two blocks of superpowers. It has allowed the newly independent countries to lead a development based on their national, popular and sovereign interests. It has contributed enormously to the prevention of the possible third World War and to the evolution of humanity towards a more just and peaceful world. Read more...