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David Cadier is a researcher in EU foreign policy at CERI-Sciences Po since March 2018. He’s also an Adjunct Lecturer at Sciences Po’ Paris School of International Affairs and an Associate at LSE IDEAS. His research focuses mainly on Foreign Policy Analysis, Central and Eastern Europe, and EU-Russia relations. At CERI-Sciences Po, he coordinates the Horizon 2020 project EU-LISTCO along with Professor Christian Lequesne. David has agreed to answer some of our questions on his background, his current research focus, the EU-LISTCO project, and the forthcoming European elections.
Can you tell us a bit about your academic background: what was the subject of your PhD and which were your thematic and geographic areas of focus?
I graduated from Sciences Po Toulouse, where I obtained the School’s diploma in Political Science and a MPhil in International Relations. Before starting my PhD, I chose to learn Czech at INALCO (University of Languages and Civilization) and sought to gain policy experience at the French Embassy to Estonia, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Headquarters in Vienna and the OSCE Mission to Serbia...
Seminar discussion co-organised with Center for History at Sciences Po (CHSP).
Naoko Shimazu, history professor at Yale-NUS College, guest professor at Sciences Po, will present her paper:
Globalising Captivity: The 'Germans' in Japan during the First World War
Working method :
A discussion. Limited seats. The paper will be sent in advance to the registered participants.
Scientific convenor : Claire Andrieu, Groupe de recherche Violences de masse, Sciences Po-CERI / CHSPGlobalising Captivity: The 'Germans' in Japan during the First World War 23/05
Une demi-journée d'études organisée à l'occasion de la sortie du livre L’Inde contemporaine chez Fayard/Pluriel en présence de cinq des auteurs.
L'Inde Comtemporaine: De 1990 à aujourd'hui
Christophe Jaffrelot (Dir), Fayard/Pluriel (mars 2019), 350 pages
14h00 : Introduction par Christophe Jaffrelot, Sciences-Po CERI / CNRS
Christophe Guilmoto, CEPED IRD / Paris Descartes - La démographie indienne est-elle en train de changer de régime ?
Loraine Kennedy, CEIAS EHESS / CNRS - Le fédéralisme indien : un système en négociation constante.
Stéphanie Tawa-Lama, CEIAS EHESS / CNRS - La place des villes dans la démocratie indienne
Isabelle Saint-Mézard, Institut Français de Géopolitique, Université Paris 8 - La politique extérieure indienne sous le gouvernement Modi: bilan et perspectives.
Christophe Jaffrelot, Sciences-Po CERI / CNRS - Ce que les résultats des 17èmes élections législatives nous disent de la démocratie en Inde.
Responsable scientifique: Christophe JaffrelotLes défis de l’Inde d’aujourd’hui 28/05
Syria: International Crimes with Impunity
A Conversation with the United Nations Syria Commission of Inquiry
The Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic was established on 22 August 2011 by the United Nations Human Rights Council. Its mandate is to investigate all alleged human rights and humanitarian law violations in the Syria conflict since March 2011, to establish the facts and circumstances of such violations, and to identify the perpetrators whenever possible so as to support efforts to hold them accountable. The Human rights Council recently extended the mandate of the Commission to March 31, 2020.
On the occasion of their next visit to Paris, the three Commissioners, Paulo Sergio Pinheiro (Chair), Karen Koning Abuzayd (founding member) and Hanny Megally, present the challenges faced by the Commission and in a question-and-answer session chaired by Eberhard Kienle (Sciences Po - CERI) discuss their mandate, the approach they are taking and the impact of their work.
Speakers: Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, Karen Koning Abuzayd, and Hanny Megally.
Moderator: Eberhard Kienle
Responsable scientifique : Eberhard Kienle
Syria: International Crimes with Impunity 22/05
Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, Evelyn Ruppert (dir.)Samuel B. H. Faure
R. Banégas, S. Awenengo Dalberto, A. Cutolo (dir.)
Christophe Jaffrelot (dir.)Christophe Jaffrelot