13 November 2023

The EU’s planned reconstruction efforts of Ukraine: A game changer?

Matthias Thiemann, Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics Russia’s attack on Ukraine on February 24, 2022, came largely as a surprise to the world […]
21 September 2023

Facing the Scandal of Evil Through Literature

by Frédérique Leichter-Flack Not only is Literary fiction a valuable source for history, a repertoire of examples for philosophical reasoning, but it is also a […]
21 September 2023

Why and How to Make Objects Last

A doctoral student at the Center for the Sociology of Organisations, Julie Madon has just received the Treilles Foundation’s ‘Young Researcher’ prize for the quality […]
21 September 2023
California Law Eliminates Spousal Rape Exemption—But “Patriarchy Still Dies Hard” (Phiend / Flickr)

Restorative Justice in Ordinary Rape Cases

Alexane Guérin, a PhD student in political theory at Sciences Po’s School of Research and the Center for International Research (CERI) was recently awarded a […]
21 September 2023
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Can the Green Deal Make European Agriculture Greener?

What are the foundations and goals of the European Green Deal? What impact will it have on agriculture and consumers? What are the obstacles to […]
21 September 2023

Global Opinion on Climate Change

For nearly fifteen years, EDF and Ipsos have been polling public opinion around thirty countries on climate change perceptions: are people worried? Do they consider […]
21 September 2023
Sud de l’Ukraine, 11 juin 2022, l'icône de la Mère de Dieu dans une église détruite par les bombardements russes. Photo : Drop of Light pour Shutterstock.

Holy Russia Versus the West

In her latest book, ‘Holy Russia versus the West’ (‘La Sainte Russie contre l’Occident’), CERI research director Kathy Rousselet examines the relationship between the Russian […]
21 September 2023

Green Consumerism: Between Ambition and Action

Calls for eco-citizenship and commitment to the energy transition are everywhere. The idea seems obvious: by transforming our individual consumption practices, our modes of transport […]
21 September 2023
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European Cities: Governing the Transition to Sustainable and Decarbonised Mobility

by Charlotte Halpern  The European Union (EU) has committed to carbon neutrality by 2050, requiring a 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation […]