10 July 2019
La survie des juifs en France (1940-1944)

The Survival of the Jews in France, 1940-1944

Internationally recognised for his work on genocide and more generally mass violence, Jacques Semelin,  Emeritus Researcher Director at the Centre for International Research (CNRS), has […]
4 July 2019

Fighting energy insecurity

While the energy bill is weighing more and more heavily in the budget of the most modest household, implementing the means to ease the load […]
4 July 2019

Modi India: national-populism and ethnic democracy

Drawing on an extensive study, Christophe Jaffrelot, research director at the Center for International Studies, vividly portrays a nationalist in his latest book, Modi’s India: […]
26 November 2018
Yemen by Dan via Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0

Yemen, terra incognita

While the conflict ravaging Yemen is at the source of a grave humanitarian crisis, it is only furtively mentioned in the media. To understand this […]
20 November 2018
Airbus A400M par Aleksandr Markin - CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Arming France: national independence or international cooperation?

In its defense procurement why does the French state choose to pursue both “Made in France” production and international cooperation in Europe and with the […]
11 April 2018
На рождественском богослужении в церкви Знамения Пресвятой Богородицы. Crédits : Kremlin

God is not dead. He’s in politics

Around the world religion is back. Both domestically and internationally, religion is involved in social issues and politics. The objective of the book “L’Enjeu mondial: […]
11 April 2018
Banksy graffiti in Bethlehem, Palestine “La petite fille et le soldat”

Mediation: a key tool for pacification

How can one understand, interpret and explain international mediation? Is it possible to distinguish different forms of international mediation in the violent political conflicts of […]
7 April 2018
France baie sel réservoir terrain Camargue marais salant Montagne salée Morts aiguë CC0 Domaine public

Understanding the Mediterranean salt giant through multidisciplinary research

The Mediterranean salt giant consists of salt layers that accumulated at the bottom of the Mediterranean 5.9 million years ago. Then, a tectonic shift caused […]
12 October 2017

The waste crisis and urban fabric in Beirut

Geographer and urbanist, Eric Verdeil, a university professor and CERI researcher, is an expert on urban policies in the Middle East. Here he offers an […]