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16 March 2021

Passing Laws: When the End Justifies (or not) the Means

Even in democratic systems, governments are able to bypass regular legislative processes. What are the consequences, advantages and risks? To answer this question, Sylvain Brouard […]
16 November 2020

Migrant Labor: Policies Serving Production Systems

by Lucas Puygrenier Few studies on asylum seekers have explored their place in the production and labor systems of host countries. Migration management certainly gives […]
16 November 2020

Is There Such a Thing as “Anti-White Racism”?

by Daniel Sabbagh Given that the denunciation of “anti-White racism” has become one of the far right’s hobbyhorses in France, the temptation is great to […]
3 July 2020

Why Join a Political Party Today?

By Laura Morales, CEE* Political parties are clearly going through a crisis, at least with regard to their reputation and the support they garner from […]
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 […]
10 July 2019

What remains of the workers’ internationals?

Who remembers that worker unions used to be organized at the international level, much earlier than the corporate and financial worlds? In his book La […]
6 July 2019

The legitimacy of random draws

Denigrated when used to select students in some university programs, or appreciated as a means to breathe new life into democracy, random draws are controversial. […]
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
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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 […]