When our Visiting Fellow Soli Özel meets Stephen Walt, the leading proponent of the Realist tradition of international relations, their spicy conversation about the future of the world order is worth a serious look.
Jair Bolsonaro came out of nowhere. Professor Frédéric Louault, a great Brazil specialist at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, deciphers for us the personality of an improbable president, beyond the widespread caricatures.
In just a two-minute read, our Policy Officer, Laure Millet, unfolds the ins and outs of the French healthcare system.
You may think Putin has nothing to do with Netanyahu who has nothing to do with Erdoğan, but we have taken the opposite point of view and brought together 18 “strong men” under the name of “neo-authoritarians”. These portraits all unveil a new continuum between regressive democracy and the most absolute form of dictatorship. But beyond this grim picture of our world, what can be done about the neo-authoritarian wave? Michel Duclos shares key ingredients to start a debate.
François Godement, our Senior Advisor for Asia, shares his viewpoint on the "revolution" in Europe's approach with China.
Emmanuel Macron's latest interview with The Economist did not go unnoticed. According to our Special Advisor Michel Duclos, who went over his corrosive language with a fine-tooth comb, the President's strategy is somewhat risky.
According to our Senior Advisor for Asia François Godement, Hong Kong's fate is inexorable. If so, should our (too) prudent democracies remain mutic? Probably not.
Laïcité is a recurring debate topic in the french society. Discover its definition and history with Anastasia Colosimo, PhD student in political theory and a professor of political theology at Sciences Po Paris.
The municipal elections that took place on March 31 in Turkey are as significant as those of 1994. Fruitful insight by our Visiting Fellow Soli Özel.
In 2017 our Economic Advisor, Eric Chaney wrote a piece about Germany's upcoming challenges that is obviously still a must-read.