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- Le Galès, Patrick and Tommaso Vitale. 2019. "Global Comparative Urban Governance." Journal of Chinese Governance.
- Faucher, Florence. 2019. "Brexit : la journée cauchemardesque du premier ministre Boris Johnson." la Nouvelle République, September 5.
- Palier, Bruno. 2019. "Réforme des retraites, tous privilégiés, tous perdants ? (Interview)." La Croix, September 5.
- Mayer, Nonna. 2019. "Le nouveau livre de Thomas Piketty : « Un éclairage du régime inégalitaire “néopropriétariste” actuel »." Le Monde, September 5.
- Le Galès, Patrick. 2019. "Vers un nouveau report du Brexit: Arte, 28 minutes."
- Le Galès, Patrick. 2019. "Boris Johnson touché... mais pas coulé !: France 5, dans l'air."
- Faucher, Florence. 2019. "Rentrée mouvementée pour les députés britanniques (Interview)." La Croix, September 2.
- Faucher, Florence. 2019. "Brexit : sortie avec ou sans accord ?: France Info."
- Boullier, Dominique. 2019. "Est-ce que le numérique nous transforme: TV5 Monde, Grand angle."
The purpose of the Cahiers européens de Sciences Po (Sciences Po’s European notebooks) is to promote the development and dissemination of research on European integration and to contribute to scientific debate on Europe.
The aim is to provide a space for the publication of ongoing research on European issues conducted at Sciences Po and beyond. The Cahiers européens help to disseminate the work of guest researchers and professors at Sciences Po’s Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics or participants in its activities.
What are the political effects of the changes in Europe’s economic and social systems? How are they reshaping the state, public action and representative democracy? In order to answer these questions, CEE’s work is structured along four overlapping axes: the transformations of capitalism; cities, borders and (im)mobilities; the state as producer of public policies; tensions in representative democracy.
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In mid-July, 2019, the arrest and detention of Sciences Po researcher Fariba Adelkhah was made public. At that time, she had been imprisoned for nearly two months. Though she holds both French and Iranian nationalities, she has not - as of July 29, 2019 - benefitted from a French consular visit, as dual citizenship is not recognised in Iran. The Sciences Po faculty published the following message in support of their colleague.