3 July 2020

Small Island States Facing Climate Change

Interview with Carola Kloeck and Michael Fink * Because of climate change, the inhabitants of some small islands may see their lives change radically Why […]
18 May 2020
Japanese Picture Brides at Angel Island in 1919. Crédit photo : Domaine public

Marriage Migration: Female Paths

by Hélène Le Bail, CERI* The migration of women through marriage is an old phenomenon, which renewed in the 1990s with international mobility. On the […]
13 February 2020
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA - APRIL 4: Colorful street art in Palermo Crédits : districtsunsinger/Shutterstock

Investigating Street Art in Latin America

Well known for his fine analysis of Latin American politics, Olivier Dabène (Full Professor, CERI) invites us to discover a great number of works of […]
18 December 2019

The 1980s Debt Crisis: the Players and the Archives

The memory of financial crises is a funny thing. The German hyperinflation of 1923 and the stock market crash of 1929 remain well-known references and […]
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 […]