Juliette Faure holds a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University in New York and Sciences Po Paris. She completed her Bachelor of Political Science at Sciences Po Paris, along with a Licence in Philosophy from La Sorbonne (Paris IV). She is currently Visiting Fellow at Harvard University's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.

She has received the Second Price for Strategic Thinking of the High Council for Strategic Training and Research (CSFRS) for her Masters thesis on "The political idea of tradition in the discourses of the contemporary Russian regime (2012-2019)" defended at Sciences Po Paris in may 2018.


Producing a state ideology in post-Soviet Russia: The crusade of the conservative ideologues of the Izborsky Club, under the supervision of Kathy Rousselet and Philippe Portier

Work in Progress

Russia, conservatism, technological modernization

Research Interests

Science, technology

  • Languages

    French, English, Russian
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