15 December 2022
Signing Ceremony of Peace Agreement in Mali. Crédit photo : United Nations Photo CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 via Flickr

From Dictatorships to Terrorism, How to End the Violence?

South Africa, former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, post-communist Eastern Europe, post-dictatorship Latin America …: since the 1990s, many countries have had to negotiate a transition from violent […]
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

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 […]
8 July 2021

It is Time to Regulate Social Media

The Era of Media Warming by Dominique Boullier, CEE What has happened to our media system over the past decade? How have we managed to […]
8 July 2021

Waiting for a Transnational EU Public Sphere

Candidates’ Transnational Linkages on Twitter During the 2019 European Parliament Elections By Caterina Froio, CEE As the European Union (EU) still has to prove its […]
17 May 2021

Boris Johnson: a passing populist buzz?

By Florence Faucher With his blond hair, rapid ascension through the ranks thanks to political polarisation, and a capacity to ignore cumbersome objective facts, Boris […]
17 May 2021

Politics of Ethnicity and Democratic Resilience

by Jan Rovny The democratisation of central and eastern Europe was initially celebrated as a historical success story. A European subcontinent moved from communist authoritarian […]
16 March 2021

Policy Elites and Politics: The Case of Obamacare

Does the idea of all-powerful elites shaping public policy to align with their interests reflect reality? If so, how do they pull it off? If […]
16 March 2021

Regulating the Poverty of Roma Migrants: the French, Italian, and Spanish Cases

by Olivier Legros, Céline Bergeon, Marion Lièvre et Tommaso Vitale Generally speaking, the presence of foreigners in precarious situations appears to be a recurring problem […]