- Alumni & Donors
- In the News
- Support CERI
Actualités à la une
Podcast of the conference organised the 29 and 30 October 2015
within the ERC When Authoritarianism Fails in the Arab World with the IREMAM, the IFPO, and the Oslo University
Linking political exclusion to violence?
A Resilient Muslim Brotherhood?
The Iraqi/Syrian matrix of violence
Al-Qaeda vs. the Islamic State
Muslim Brothers and their Islamist competitors
Who Are the Ennemies and What Can Be Done to Them? Puzzle and Paradox of Constitutional Intervention in South Korea
The impetus to engage in research on the post-authoritarian role of the Constitutional Court of Korea springs from my disquiet at a neglected and unsettling aspect of South Korea’s widely acclaimed democratization: the resilient deployment of repressive instruments, such as the emblematic National Security Act, after the 1987 change of regime. Invested as a site where the validity of these instruments has been repeatedly challenged, constitutional justice has become centrally involved in the (re)definition of who enemies are and of what can be done to them since the transition.
Hélène Combes, David Garibay, Camille GoirandHadrien Saiag
Fariba AdelkhahOlivier Dabène, Gordon Mace, Jean-Philippe Therien, Diana Tussie (dir.)Kathy Rousselet et Chayan Khoi
Magali Bessone et Daniel Sabbagh (dir.)Catherine Wihtol de Wenden et Yvan Gastaut (dir.)Bernand Rougier, Stephane Lacroix (dir.)
Irene Bono, Béatrice Hibou, Hamza Meddeb et Mohamed TozyCatherine Wihtol de Wenden, Camille Schmoll, Hélène Thiollet (dir.)Adrien Fauve, Clémentine Fauconnier, Guillaume Sauvé et Amélie Zima (dir.)
Catherine Hoeffler et Samuel B. H. Faure (dir.)Critique Internationale, n°69Frédéric Charillon et Alain Dieckhoff (dir.)