10 April 2018

Europe: an open history

Europa notre histoire (Europa, our history) is a book of unparalleled breadth that was recently published by Les Arènes. It is a real editorial feat […]
30 September 2017

The 1970s: the European left and globalization

istorians consider the 1970s to be a key turning point in European and international politics. After observing that this era’s major transformations, especially the decline […]
28 February 2017
The right way. CC BY-NC 2.0 Bob Morris

Measuring inequalities between migrants and nationals

In the tradition of research conducted at the Sociological Observatory of Change on social stratification and segregation, Ettore Recchi has published “The Citizenship Gap in […]
15 February 2017
Light pollution in Europe, 2002.Crédits : NASA

The Post-crisis Legitimacy of the European Union

The financial crisis that the European Union experienced and the EU’s response to the crisis challenged its legitimacy. How can this be remedied? On what […]
2 June 2016
Banque Centrale Européenne

Strength in (European ) Union?

L’économie européenne 2016, a French Economic Observatory (OFCE) collective work, edited by Jérôme Creel, helps grasp the magnitude of the crisis that European institutions are […]
20 May 2016

Thousand and one ways of being European

Sciences Po Law professor, Loïc Azoulai holds a Chair of excellence from Sorbonne Paris Cité entitled “Ways of being European. Legal systems, ways of belonging, […]
20 May 2016

European Union legislates less and less

  The European Union is regularly mocked for its desire to legislate on everything and in great detail. Yet analyses conducted by the Centre for […]
12 March 2016

A Europe that lacks solidarity

Virginie Guiraudon, a political scientist at the CEE, devotes a significant share of her research to European migratory policies. Her approach is based on an […]