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31 January 1933 - 26 May 2018
We are extremely sad to have to announce the death of Pierre Hassner, emeritus Professor at the Center for International Studies, Sciences Po.
An eminent specialist in international relations, Pierre Hassner was a theoretician, political philosopher and a subtle observer of the world scene. Eastern European exiled to the West, Romanian by birth and adopted French, Jewish educated Catholic but profoundly secular, European friend of the Americans, he was "man of paradoxes or man of the passages" whose life and path reflect the contradictions of the post-war world. He died Saturday, May 26, at the age of 85 years.
Over the last fifty years, pan-Islamic ties have intensified between South Asia and the Gulf. Gathering together some of the best specialists on the subject, Laurence Louër and Christophe Jaffrelot explore these ideological, educational and spiritual networks in a book entitled Pan Islamic Connections. Transnational Networks between South Asia and the Gulf (Hurst & Co, December 2017).
Christophe Jaffrelot, Senior Research Fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/CNRS
Democracy without Politics in Pakistan: A Judges' Election in 2018
Prof. Mohammad Waseem, Lahore University of Management Sciences
Imran Khan Without Tsunami: The PTI and 2018 Elections
Dr. Asma Faiz, Lahore University of Management Sciences
Laurent Gayer, Research Fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/CNRS
Responsable scientifique: Christophe Jaffrelot, Sciences Po-CERI/CNRSPakistan votes : in the shadow of the army and the judiciary 27/06
This is a special session with the presentation of a work in progress on UN peace-building impact on host states.
Ronald Hatto, Senior Lecturer Sciences Po-CERI
After Exit: Assessing the Consequences of United Nations Peacekeeping Withdrawal
Richard Caplan, Professor of International Relations, Department of Politics and International Relations University of Oxford
Since the end of the Cold War, there has been a vast expansion in the number and scope of UN peacekeeping operations. With rare exceptions, the UN is no longer deploying troops to maintain the peace between former belligerents; rather UN peacekeepers now regularly intervene in ongoing conflicts with the aim of imposing order in the short-term, and then institutionalizing peace over the long-term by supporting the (re)construction of state and governmental institutions. But is the UN realizing this ambitious aim of peacebuilding through statebuilding? To answer this question, we need to know whether states that have played host to UN peacekeeping missions are able to perform basic state functions after PKOs have ended and peacekeepers have withdrawn. Problematically, however, there is currently little and unsystematized data on state capacity and the delivery of public services after exit. In this project, we aim to address this empirical gap by addressing two questions. We first ask, 'What are the trajectories of state capacity following the withdrawal of peacekeeping missions and associated peacekeeping forces?' Our second question moves from description to explanation by asking 'Under what conditions are state functions sustained after exit, and under what conditions is there a shift in state functionality?
La présentation sera donnée en anglais, cependant les questions en français seront les bienvenues
Responsable scientifique: Ronald Hatto, Sciences Po-CERI
After Exit: Assessing the Consequences of United Nations Peacekeeping Withdrawal 25/06
Frédéric Ramel, Delphine Allès, Pierre GrosserDidier Bigo, Elspeth Guild, Mark Gibney (dir.)
2018/2 (N° 79)
Europe at the Crossroads: Democracy, Neighbourhoods, Migrations (Václav Havel Library, 2018, 147 p.)Jacques Rupnik, Pavel Seifter (dir.)
Les Hussards noirs de la colonie. Instituteurs africains et "petites patries" en AOF, 1913-1960 (Karthala, 2018, 708 p.)Céline Labrune-Badiane et Etienne SmithGilles Dorronsoro et Olivier Grojean (dir.)
Marc Lazar et Riccardo Brizzi
Guillaume Devin et Guillaume Courty.
Le droit international selon Hans Kelsen. Criminalités, responsabilités, normativités (ENS Editions, 2018)F. Ramel, N. Grangé (dir.)
H. Le Bail, M. Lieber, G. Ricordeau (dir.)Revue "Politique africaine", n° 148