This portrait gallery draws the profiles of some of the "neo-authoritarians", dictators and other autocrats, who govern large parts of the world today.
President of the Russian Federation
Portrait by Quentin Peel, freelance journalist and associate fellow with the Europe Programme at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House) in London.
Prime Minister of Hungary
Portrait par par Jacques Rupnik, directeur de recherche au Centre de recherches internationales de Sciences Po (CERI) et professeur à Sciences Po.
MBS and MBZ
Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and Chairman of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi
Double portrait byAhmed Fathi, academic familiar with the Gulf monarchies.
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
Portrait by Jean-Pierre Filiu, professor at Science-Po and eminent expert of the Middle East.
Prime Minister of India
Portrait by Christophe Jaffrelot, Senior research fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/CNRS and specialist of India.
President of the People's Republic of China
Portrait by François Godement, Senior Advisor for Asia Program at Institut Montaigne.
Italian Minister of the Interior
Portrait by by Marc Lazar, professor at Sciences Po and eminent expert of Italy.
Former Polish Prime Minister of Poland, Chairman of the political party Law and Justice
Portrait by Aleksander Smolar, a Franco-Polish journalist and political researcher who is also President of the Stefan Batory Foundation in Warsaw.
Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Portrait by Bruno Tertrais, Deputy Director at the Foundation for Strategic Research
President of Venezuela
Portrait by Olivier Dabène, professor at Sciences Po and one of Latin America's finest connoisseurs.
President of the Federative Republic of Brazil
Portrait by Frédéric Louault, great Brazil specialist at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.