Previous events and news

Through series of lectures by highly distinguished guests on pressing global issues, PSIA offers a vibrant platform for public debate in international affairs. As an extension of this platform for public debate, commentaries by faculty, alumni and students of the Paris School of International Affairs are often solicited by the international media. Additionally, PSIA has embarked upon a partnership with France 24, a leading international news network. Please find below examples of PSIA's participation in the global policy debate, from Paris and across continents.

  • Below, a selection of some of the very many events at PSIA in the 2015-2016 Academic year!

    For a full overview of all events given at PSIA in 2015-2016, see here.

  • Every year, François Gemenne and Caroline Zickgraf, who teach the course "Environment and Migration" during the Spring semester, supervise the compilation of written work by PSIA students, culminating in the publication of "The State of Environmental Migration".
  • PSIA Adjunct Faculty Ricardo Luna has recently been appointed as Peru's Minister of Foreign Affairs by President Pedro-Pablo Kuczynski.
  • Review the video synopsis of the 2016 inaugural edition of the Youth & Leaders Summit, and some of its most powerful moments. 

  • Four student projects have been awarded a prize by the Kuwait Program at Sciences Po, distinguishing their innovative, creative and empowering initiatives taking place in countries of the Arab world.
  • The PSIASpirit Network is a graduate buddy program, designed for PSIA students as a great occasion for incoming students from all Masters at PSIA to make the most of the diverse international community by being connected to peers in an informal setting, early in the first semester.
  • Dominique Kerouedan, PSIA Faculty and Scientific Advisor for the Concentration in Global Health, and Joseph Brunet-Jailly, PSIA Faculty, have recently published a new book entitled Santé mondiale. Enjeu stratégique, jeux diplomatiques.

  • Sciences Po and King’s College London have launched a new Dual Degree graduate programme set to open up dozens of pathways for students of international affairs across two major world cities.
  • Two PSIA students received the IRSEM-PSIA Prize for Best Academic Work in Security Studies.
  • Sciences Po has signed an agreement with the State to acquire the Hôtel de l’Artillerie close to Sciences Po’s historical sites. The acquisition of this unique space will allow the university to further develop an innovative, multidisciplinary and socially inclusive campus in the heart of Paris.