Podcasts des événements du CERI

27/04/2018

This workshop will bring together scholars who have been working on transnationalism and multiculturalism in relation to nationalism, territory and citizenship.

 

Panel 1: Transnationalism with regard to state and nationalism : conceptual and methodological framework

Tariq Modood, University of Bristol: Multicultural nationalism and citizenship

Riva Kastoryano, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS: Transnational nationalism and the state

Thomas Faist, University of Bielefeld: Transnational civil society and sate and citizenship

Discussant: Hélène Thiollet, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS

 

Panel 2: Transnational and multicultural politics of integration

Ruud Koopmans, WZB : Assimilation and Multiculturalism

Marco Antonsich, Loughborough University : Multicultural Nationalism : connecting the macro and the micro

Thomas Lacroix : From simultaneity to plurality. Transnationalism in action

Discussant : Hélène Thiollet, Sciences Po, CERI - CNRS

Responsables Scientifiques: Riva Kastoryano, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS et Tariq Modood, University of Bristol

 

10/04/2018

Dans le cadre du séminaire de Nuclear Knowledges - Chaire d’excellence en études de sécurité.

Are nuclear arsenals safe from cyber-attack? Could terrorists launch a nuclear weapon through hacking? Are we standing at the edge of a major technological challenge to global nuclear order?

We are proud to welcome Andrew Futter whose ground-breaking book about the cyber threat to nuclear weapons will be published by Georgetown University Press.

Hacking the Bomb provides the first ever comprehensive assessment of this worrying and little-understood strategic development, and it explains how myriad new cyber challenges will impact the way that the world thinks about and manages the ultimate weapon. The book cuts through the hype surrounding the cyber phenomenon and provides a framework through which to understand and proactively address the implications of the emerging cyber-nuclear nexus. It does this by tracing the cyber challenge right across the nuclear weapons enterprise, explains the important differences between types of cyber threats, and unpacks how cyber capabilities will impact strategic thinking, nuclear balances, deterrence thinking, and crisis management. The book makes the case for restraint in the cyber realm when it comes to nuclear weapons given the considerable risks of commingling weapons of mass disruption with weapons of mass destruction, and argues against establishing a dangerous norm of "hacking the bomb."

Discutants:

Benoît Pelopidas, Sciences Po-CERI, titulaire de la chaire d'excellence en études de sécurité, Sciences Po.

Camille Roth, Professeur associé, Médialab, Sciences Po

Les présentations seront données en anglais, cependant les questions en français seront également les bienvenues.

Responsable scientifique : Benoît Pelopidas, Sciences Po-CERI.

Retrouvez les actualités de la Chaire sur Twitter @NKnowledges

03/04/2018

Journées d'étude en collaboration avec ARENES UMR 6051, Université de Rennes, EHESP, CNRS

Introduction

Sylvie Ollitrault, directrice de recherche, CNRS, UMR 6051 ARENES

Jacques Sémelin, directeur de recherche émérite, CNRS, Sciences Po-CERI

 

Prévenir ou réprimer la radicalisation

Président de séance : Sami Zegnani, MCF Rennes ARENES UMR 6051, Université de Rennes, EHESP, CNRS

Xavier Crettiez, professeur des Universités, Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ), UMR Cesdip : Comprendre le processus de radicalisation

Montassir Sakhi, doctorant-contractuel en anthropologie, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis- LAVUE : Emergence d’un sous-champ étatique de la (dé)radicalisation : le cas des associations des familles de français militants du jihad

Wajdi Limam, doctorant en sociologie, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, UMR 7217-CRESSPA : Pratiques et savoirs professionnels des intervenants sociaux dans le cadre de la prévention de la radicalisation

Claire de Galembert, CNRS, UMR ISP, ENS Cachan : Les aumôniers musulmans : un outil de lutte contre la radicalisation carcérale ?

 

Quelles politiques publiques ? Regards internationaux

Président de séance : Jacques Sémelin, directeur de recherche émérite, CNRS, Sciences Po-CERI

Benjamin Ducol, responsable de la recherche et de l’appui à l’innovation, Centre de prévention de la radicalisation menant à la violence (CPRMV), chercheur associé au Centre International de Criminologie Comparée (CICC), Université de Montréal : De la mise à l’agenda à l’émergence des politiques publiques de prévention de la radicalisation menant à la violence : perspective comparée et trajectoires nationales

Stijn Sieckelinck, researcher at the Institute for Societal Resilience, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam : Re-radicalization as a Philosophy and Strategy against Extremism

Romain Seze, chargé de recherche contractuel, NHESJ, rattaché au GSRL (EPHE-CNRS) : La radicalisation vue par l’action publique : une fabrication française ?

Anina Schwarzenbach, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law / Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, Freiburg, Germany : Strategies to Counter Violent Islamist Extremism: A German Case Study

Kadidia Gazibo, enseignante-chercheure, Université de Tahoua (Niger), chercheure invitée, CERI: La lutte contre la radicalisation et l’extrémisme violent au Niger

 

Table-ronde finale autour du plan national de prévention de la radicalisation annoncé le 23 février par le Premier Ministre

Animation : Jacques Sémelin, directeur de recherche émérite, CNRS, Sciences Po-CERI

Muriel Domenach, Secrétaire générale du Comité interministériel de prévention de la délinquance et de la radicalisation (C.I.P.D.R.), ministère de l'Intérieur

Véronique Gasté, Cheffe du bureau de la santé, de l’action sociale et de la sécurité à la Direction générale de l’enseignement scolaire (DGESCO) du ministère de l’Education nationale Fethi Benslama, Professeur de psychopathologie clinique à l’Université Paris-Diderot Paris 7, directeur du Centre d’étude des radicalisations et de leurs traitements (CERT) de l’Université Paris Diderot

Mohamed Barjrafil, Imam à la mosquée d'Ivry, secrétaire général du Conseil Théologique musulman de France, docteur en linguistique

Responsables scientifiques : Jacques Sémelin, directeur de recherche émérite, CNRS, Sciences Po-CERI / Sylvie Ollitrault, directrice de recherche, CNRS, UMR 6051 ARENES

21/03/2018

Débat autour de Egypt de Robert Springborg, en collaboration avec PSIA, Sciences Po

avec Robert Springborg, Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies, King's College London, and non-resident Research Fellow of the Italian Institute of International Affairs

Discutant : Stéphane Lacroix, Sciences Po-CERI et PSIA

*Polity Press, octobre 2017
Responsable scientifique : Stéphane Lacroix, Sciences Po-CERI et PSIA

13/03/2018

Dans le cadre du séminaire de la Chaire d’excellence en études de sécurité

How to Think about Nuclear Crises
Mark Bell, University of Minnesota, and Julia Macdonald, University of Denver

Abstract: How dangerous are nuclear crises? What dynamics underpin how they unfold? Recent tensions between North Korea and the United States have exposed profound disagreement among scholars and analysts.We reconcile these apparently contradictory views by showing the circumstances in which different models of nuclear crises should be expected to hold. Nuclear crises should be expected to have very different dynamics depending on two variables: the incentives to use nuclear weapons first in a crisis, and the extent to which escalation is controllable by the leaders involved. Variation across these two dimensions generate four distinct models of nuclear crises, which we label as the “staircase” model; the “stability-instability” model; the “brinkmanship” model; and the “firestorm” model. These models correspond to well-established ways of thinking about nuclear weapons, but no one model of nuclear crises is “correct.” Different models should be expected to apply in different cases, and we should interpret nuclear crises very differently according to which model is most appropriate. We demonstrate the utility of our framework using the cases of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, 1999 Kargil War, and ongoing U.S.-North Korea tensions.

Strategic Stability in Two Nuclear Posture Reviews
Professor Sharon K. Weiner, American University, Washington D.C. member of the advisory board of the chair of excellence in security studies.

Abstract: Deterrence is an ambiguous guide for translating presidential guidance into nuclear force structure and strategy. Although claims are made that these choices are linked to national security needs and threats, I bring in the context of bureaucratic structure. Using the 2010 Obama Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) and the 2018 Trump NPR as case studies, I show how both NPRs claim to justify essentially the same nuclear modernization plan, but this plan has significantly different consequences for strategic stability when seen within the bureaucratic and organizational contexts that will implement it under Trump.

Discutants: The two discussants will discuss each other's papers

Responsable scientifique : Benoît Pelopidas, Sciences Po-CERI.

07/03/2018

Journée d’études du 07/03/2018

Sur les élections italiennes Organisée par le CERI en partenariat avec SoG-Luiss et l'Istituto italiano di cultura. Avec le soutien de la Fondation pour l’innovation politique et La Fondation Jean Jaurès.

Programme:

Mattina (in lingua italiana): Analisi delle elezioni del 2018

Introduzione : Marc Lazar, Sciences Po (CHSP) - CERI, Fabio Gambaro, Institut Culturel Italien

Roberto D’Alimonte, Luiss, Principali insegnamenti del voto
Marco Maraffi (CEE, professeur invité, Itanes), Le elezioni del 2018 e i valori degli italiani
Ilvo Diamanti, Università di Urbino, Il M5S
Giovanni Orsina, Luiss, SoG, Il Centro destra
Marc Lazar, Sciences Po (CHSP) - Luiss, SoG, Il Centro sinistra

Pomeriggio (in lingua italiana): Che prospettiva per l’Italia, la Francia e l’UE dopo il voto del 4 marzo ?

Sergio Fabbrini, Luiss, SoG, L’Italia e l’UE, l’UE e l’Italia
Francesco Saraceno, OFCE, Sciences Po e Luiss, Che impatto del voto sull’economia italiana ?

Table ronde finale (en français) : Les élections italiennes: quels enseignements ? Quels défis ? Quelles conséquences pour l’Union européenne ?

Animation : Michèle Léridon, directrice de l’information de l’AFP
Intervenants:
Gilles Finchelstein, Fondation Jean Jaurès
Pierre Musso, Université de Rennes et fellow associé à l’IEA (Institut d’Etudes Avancées) Nantes Dominique Reynié, Cevipof et Fondation pour l’Innovation politique
Marco Tarchi, Université de Florence
Sofia Ventura, Università di Bologna-Luiss

Conclusion : Marc Lazar, Sciences Po (CHSP)

02/03/2018

Dans le cadre du séminaire de la Chaire d’excellence en études de sécurité

Nuclear Reach: Uranium Prospection and the Global Ambitions of the French Nuclear Program, 1945-1965

Avec : Dr Matthew Adamson, McDaniel College, Budapest
Discutants: Dr Roberto Cantoni, Université d'Augsbourg et Dr Sezin Topçu, EHESS

Abstract :
By the beginning of the 1960s, the French nuclear program was notable for its tangible presence around the globe—France’s nuclear reach. Weapons testing ranges, numerous scientific exchanges, a seat on the IAEA’s governing board, all characterized the program and its successes in the eyes of its leadership. Yet the most remarkable and curious reach of the program was something many in the program may not have been aware of: French uranium geologists, inspecting the prospects of the sands and soils of over two dozen different countries on every continent. This paper explores this phenomenon, and considers the link between this form of “nuclear reach” and the others aforementioned. Utilizing sources in France, the US, and at the IAEA archives in Vienna, it concludes that the status of uranium, dynamic and shifting during the first decade of the nuclear age, and the prospection of uranium by French geologists around the globe, reveal a great deal about the evolving ambitions of the French nuclear leadership; in the end, geophysics, geochemistry, and ore concentration techniques should be viewed alongside nucleonics and nuclear reactor design as lynchpin techniques of the nuclear age, and the diplomatic and commercial stakes involved as essential elements of the calculations of the French nuclear leadership.

Responsable scientifique : Benoît Pelopidas, Sciences Po-CERI.