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
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 […]
30 March 2018
President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam standing in front of world map, during meeting with Lyndon B. Johnson in Hawaii by Yoichi R. Okamoto [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The History of the World is Asian. Another vision of the 20th century

Pierre Grosser is an expert in international relations, particularly the Cold War. In his latest book, L’Histoire du Monde se fait en Asie. Une autre […]
13 October 2017

Obama facing crisis

As the United States experiences one of the most controversial times in its political life, an in-depth analysis of Barack Obama’s two terms does more […]
3 October 2017

The carbon footprint of French households and international trade

1 June 2017: the United States withdrawal from the Paris agreement resounded like a thunderclap in a world that had a priori reached a consensus […]
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 […]
20 May 2016

To be represented at the International Labour Organization

Currently a lecturer in political science at Sciences Po Grenoble and a researcher at PACTE, Marieke Louis wrote her thesis on representativeness at the International […]