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

Linking Gender and Climate

Why look at the links between gender and climate? What are the links between gender systems and climate change in the policies of international development […]
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 […]
12 December 2021

Governing the Genome for a Brave New World?

By Guillaume Levrier, Centre for Political Science Lulu and Nana just turned three years old. The announcement of their birth during the second Human Genome […]
8 July 2021
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Measuring French Pessimism

The Latest Results of the Political Trust Barometer By Bruno Cautrès, Gilles Ivaldi, Luc Rouban, CEVIPOF The CEVIPOF ‘Political Trust Barometer’, first launched in 2009, […]
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

Populism in Turkey: Towards the Demise of Democracy?

By Élise Massicard In recent years, Turkish democracy appears to have experienced a step-by-step descent into hell, with a succession of events such as the […]
17 May 2021

Does Anger Play Into the Hands of Populism?

by Lou Safra Whether directed at elites or more broadly at the establishment, anger is a characteristic that many populist candidates and elected officials share. […]