Le chercheur Sylvain Crépon se prête au jeu des questions-réponses lors de la conférence aux Jardins du Luxembourg. Crédit Alexis Clot.

European Cooperation serving research

TRANSLATED BY MARINE MULCEY AND CAROLINE CARDEN March 23rd through 25th, Paris hosted members of the COST Action IS13081, dedicated to the study of populist strategies in Europe. Discussions of the topic were open to the public on Friday the 24th during a conference at the Palais du Luxembourg where different participants (researchers, journalists…) debated. […]

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Imperialist Politics in Erdoğan’s Turkey

TRANSLATED BY BEN LITTLEDYKE Following the terrorist attacks in Istanbul on January 12th 2016, the Journal International decided to cover the facts surrounding these events. With this in mind, we posed a series of questions on the issue to two French students; Loris, a 21-year-old Political Science student of Armenian descent, and Berevan, a 26-year-old […]

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Crédit Mélanie Lorrain

A World Tour of the States not recognized by the UN

TRANSLATED BY LUCIE PERRIER The United Nations has 193 members among the 197 states it recognizes. While the Vatican and the Palestinian State are ‘only’ observers, the Cook Islands and Niue are non-member States since they are in free association with New Zealand. Other entities aspire to be recognized as member States as well. Who […]

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Haiti: A chronic instability

TRANSLATED BY DARRAGH HAYES-MORIARTY On January 12th 2010, an earthquake registering 7.3 on the Richter scale hit western Haiti and its capital, Port-au-Prince. The cost of this catastrophe rose to more than 300,000 deaths, 300,000 injured and one million left homeless. In October 2010, a cholera epidemic hit in obscure circumstances. This is the state […]

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