10 March 2022

Cogito 17

This issue showcases history: that of the fate of airmen who fell from the sky during World War II, of criticism of a civil service […]
17 February 2022

Protect Global Value Chains

Smoother Sailing for World Trade The pandemic has highlighted the importance of global value chains, an organisation of production which relies on the integration of […]
16 February 2022

The State in France and the United States: So Far, So Close

by Nicolas Barreyre, EHESS and Claire Lemercier, Center for the Sociology of Organisations (Sciences Po) Contrasting political life in France to that in the United […]
15 February 2022

Fight Against Corruption: Shared Principles, Different Practices

A recent PhD graduate of Sciences Po, Sofia Wickberg was awarded the #StopCorruption association prize for her analysis of anti-corruption policies. She has come back […]
12 February 2022

Linking Gender and Climate

Why look at the links between gender and climate? What are the links between gender systems and climate change in the policies of international development […]
12 February 2022

Civilians and Fallen Pilots in Europe, 1939-1945

From Hiding to Aggression From 1939 to 1945, pilots, soldiers and resistance fighters fell from the sky in war zones. However, when we compare the […]
12 February 2022

Counting Populations to Better Govern?

The Birth of the Census in Spain and its Empire in the 19th Century How did the Spanish state set up a census of its […]
12 February 2022

The Environment and the Modernity of Political Ideas

An Untold Story It is clear that the great modern political theories are closely intertwined with environmental issues. However, this dimension has been underexplored in […]
12 February 2022

Care Earnings in the United States and 24 European Countries

The Role of Social Policy and Labour Market Institutions How to explain the low wages plaguing American care workers? Is the situation the same in […]