Sport et relations internationales
 
 
27.11.2020
By Prof. Simon Chadwick, Professor and Director of Eurasian Sport at EMlyon
The first in a series of F1 Grand Prix races takes place in the Gulf region this week, starting with a double-header of races being staged in Bahrain. Afterwards, the championship heads to Abu Dhabi for the season finale, which will conclude what has surely been the sport’s strangest season...
 
 
26.11.2020
Diego Maradona était le symbole de la rencontre du football et de la géopolitique. De la victoire de l’Argentine contre le Royaume-Uni lors de la coupe du monde de 1986 à sa proximité avec Fidel Castro ou Hugo Chavez, retour sur la vie et la carrière « du gamin en or »,...
 
 
18.11.2020
[EPOSM] Plus de 5000 questionnaires complétés
 
 
18.11.2020
[EPOSM] More than 5000 completed questionnaires
 
 
09.11.2020
Malabar naval drills commence as calls for boycott of 2022 Winter Olympics emerge
By Prof. Simon Chadwick, Professor and Director of Eurasian Sport at EMlyon
 
 
09.11.2020
By Prof. Simon Chadwick, Professor and Director of Eurasian Sport at EMlyon
During November, the annual Malabar naval drills are taking place in the Bay of Bengal. The usual participants – India, the United States and Japan – are being joined this year by Australia, thirteen years after it last took part in the exercise. Intended to serve as a counter to...
 
 
06.11.2020
Sport, good countries and the importance of soft power
Interview with Simon Anholt, an independent policy advisor, led by Professor Simon Chadwick from emlyon business school and Paul Widdop, from the Manchester Metropolitan University
 
 
06.11.2020
Interview with Simon Anholt, an independent policy advisor, led by Professor Simon Chadwick from emlyon business school and Paul Widdop, from the Manchester Metropolitan University
GeoSport, created by IRIS and EM Lyon, is a home for intelligent, value-adding content on geopolitics and sport, providing informed, expert analyses onf contemporary issues. The key focus of the content will be around diplomacy; international relations; nation branding; politics and soft power, and the link of these areas to...
 
 
05.11.2020
Do Black Lives Really Matter in the Sport Industry?
By Dr Kwame Agyemang, Associate Professor at The Ohio State University and Mackenzie Rector, doctoral student at The Ohio State University, pursing a Ph.D. in Sport Management.
 
 
05.11.2020
By Dr Kwame Agyemang, Associate Professor at The Ohio State University and Mackenzie Rector, doctoral student at The Ohio State University, pursing a Ph.D. in Sport Management. 
When people say Black Lives Matter, they’re not just speaking about police brutality. They’re also talking about the numerous systems and institutions that disproportionally devalue Black people. For example, in the wake of George Floyd’s killing in late May 2020, there’s been renewed interest in the way Black professionals experience...
 
 
29.10.2020
Premier League and PPTV: Private Finances and UK-China Politics in Football
By Layne Vandenberg, PhD student in the King’s College London and University of Hong Kong Joint PhD Programme
 
 
29.10.2020
By Layne Vandenberg, PhD student in the King’s College London and University of Hong Kong Joint PhD Programme
Layne Vandenberg is a PhD student in the King’s College London and University of Hong Kong Joint PhD Programme. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, completed a Fulbright Research Grant in Brazil and graduated from the Yenching Academy at Peking University with a Master of Laws...
 
 
28.10.2020
Recep Tayyip Erdogan a plus peur de l’UEFA (instance organisatrice des Coupes d’Europe de football) que de la Commission européenne : il a donc à cœur que tout se passe bien, aussi bien lors de l’acheminement de l’équipe parisienne jusqu’au stade que pendant la rencontre. Le moindre incident pourrait jeter...
 
 
28.10.2020
Israel’s Cycling Diplomacy
By Dr Yoav Dubinsky, Instructor of Sports Business in the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon.
 
 
28.10.2020
By Dr Yoav Dubinsky, Instructor of Sports Business in the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon.
  Dr Yoav Dubinsky is an Instructor of Sports Business in the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon. His research line focuses on country image, nation branding, and public diplomacy and sports. He received his PhD from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, writing his doctoral thesis on...
 
 
27.10.2020
Why the geopolitics of sport matters – Conversation with James Dorsey
Interview with James Dorsey, journalist, a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, author of the blog "The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer", led by Carole Gomez from IRIS and Professor Simon Chadwick from emlyon business school
 
 
27.10.2020
Interview with James Dorsey, journalist, a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, author of the blog "The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer", led by Carole Gomez from IRIS and Professor Simon Chadwick from emlyon business school
GeoSport is a home for intelligent, value-adding content on geopolitics and sport, providing informed, expert analyses onf contemporary issues. The key focus of the content will be around diplomacy; international relations; nation branding; politics and soft power, and the link of these areas to sport. Today, Carole Gomez from IRIS...
 
 
27.10.2020
By Professor Simon Chadwick, emlyon business school, France and Dr Paul Widdop, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
In a recent ranking of First Person Shooter games, the website radar.com identified ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ as one of the best ever. The website noted how the game ‘[twists] every element of battle royale into something that feels fresh, but still familiar – exciting, but accessible.’ For some people,...
 
 
27.10.2020
How esports are embroiled in a geopolitical call of duty
By Professor Simon Chadwick, emlyon business school, France and Dr Paul Widdop, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
 
 
27.10.2020
New ‘GeoSport’ platform launched by IRIS and emlyon business school
 
 
26.10.2020
GeoSport will be a home for intelligent, value-adding content on geopolitics and sport, providing informed, expert analyses onf contemporary issues. The key focus of the content will be around diplomacy; international relations; nation branding; politics and soft power, and the link of these areas to sport. With key target audiences...
 
 
14.09.2020
« Au-delà de son énorme potentiel […] le football féminin a toujours été le parent pauvre du football. »
Entretien avec Olivier Jarosz, gérant associé du club affairs, en charge du comité féminin de l'ECA (2012-2020) et participant du comité féminin UEFA (2018-2020)
 
 
24.07.2020
Interview de Carole Gomez - Mediapart
Quelles sont les conséquences de la crise sanitaire sur les compétitions sportives internationales ? Il est ici important de faire 2 distinguos, à la fois sur les conséquences comme sur les temporalités. Sur les conséquences à proprement parler, elles sont de divers ordres. En effet, il a été décidé en l’espace de...
 
 
22.07.2020
Football féminin : vers la construction d’un nouveau modèle ?
Entretien avec Mélissa Plaza, ancienne joueuse professionnelle de football, réalisé par Carole Gomez, directrice de recherche à l'IRIS, et Estelle Brun, assistante de recherche à l'IRIS.
 
 
20.07.2020
Sport féminin : quels défis face au Covid-19 ?
Entretien avec Cyrille Rougier, chargé d'études économiques au Centre de Droit et d'Économie du Sport (CDES), par Carole Gomez, directrice de recherche à l'IRIS
Équipe de recherche
Pascal Boniface
Directeur de l'IRIS
Carole Gomez
Directrice de recherche à l'IRIS
Lukas Aubin
Chercheur associé à l'IRIS
Pim Verschuuren
Chercheur associé à l'IRIS, doctorant à l’Université de Lausanne
Estelle E. Brun
Chercheuse associée à l'IRIS
Études
Sport et relations internationales
Sport mondialisé : les défis de la gouvernance
Rapport
 
Towards an EU Sport Diplomacy (TES-D)
SEE-I is an Erasmus+ Sport Project. It explores the structural weaknesses of football clubs in 3 countries (Romania, Bulgaria and Greece) by looking at 3 main threats: corruption, match-fixing and doping.
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Sport Lab’
Sport Lab’ est un projet visant à mieux faire comprendre et connaître à un public lycéen les actions et fonctions de l’Union européenne à travers le prisme du sport.
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GeoSport
Sport and Geopolitics is a rapidly growing concern for the academic study of sport and politics. IRIS and emlyon business school collaborate on publishing timely, value-adding content that provides intelligent, informed analyses of contemporary issues in geopolitics and sport.
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Observatoire géostratégique du sport
Sous la direction de Carole Gomez, directrice de recherche à l'IRIS, l'Observatoire géostratégique du sport vise à appréhender l'impact stratégique du sport, élément devenu incontournable des relations internationales.
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EPOSM – Evidence-based Prevention Of Sporting-related Match-fixing
L’IRIS est partenaire de l’Université de Ghent sur ce programme Erasmus + destiné à étudier le trucage des matchs dans le sport dans différentes disciplines sportives à un niveau européen et à organiser des formations de sensibilisation.
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SEE countries for the integrity of football clubs (SEE-I)
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FAIRES – Favoriser l’inclusion sociale des réfugiés par le sport
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GrassRoots Sport diplomacy
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Sport Whistle - Favoriser la remontée d’information au sein du monde sportif
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Programme « Fix the Fixing »
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Programme « Prévenir les risques criminels liés aux paris sportifs » (#PreCrimBet)
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En vidéo
23.06.2022
Interview with Leandro Olvech, Director of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Foundation
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03 2022
Sport as a tool of soft power in modern international relations
Webconference organised by IRIS. Opening speech by Marianne Peron-Doise, Director of the Indo-Pacific Geopolitical Observatory at IRIS. Guest Speakers: Pascal Boniface, Director of IRIS ; Joseph Nye, Harvard University Distinguished...
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