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Confinement démocratique et abstention électorale

En ce matin du 21 juin les estimations des abstentions au premier tour des élections régionales sont de l’ordre de 66,5 % [1]. Chacun y va de son explication pour tenter d’éviter la question qui s’impose : à l’épreuve de la gouvernance de la pandémie avons-nous fait le deuil contraint

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Quel monde en 2021 ?

Le Centre de Recherches Internationales de Sciences-Po (CERI) organise un débat en  ligne, le 4 février, de 17h à 19h, à l’occasion de la parution du Hors-série Quel monde en 2021 ? de la revue Alternatives Économiques. Le Covid-19 a chamboulé le fonctionnement de nos sociétés en 2020 et continuera

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Récidive : 1938

Récidive : 1938, de Michaël Foessel – Edition Presses Universitaires de France (PUF), septembre 2019 – 173 pages « Populisme », « néolibéralisme », « nationalisme » : les mots se bousculent et pourtant l’insatisfaction demeure. Pour décrire ce qui nous arrive, nous ne manquons pas de savoirs. La crise

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The dawn of humanity

Governments are overwhelmed by the health crisis and its social and economic consequences, the worst to come, in a context of widespread protest. In public opinion and on social networks, appeals are appearing - is this a conscience? - that the day after the crisis

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Everybody knew. We could anticipate the coronavirus pandemic

The pandemic, which is forcing more than three billion people to remain confined to their homes, seems to have come as a surprise, like a plague fallen from the sky. Most of the leaders of the states that govern us swear by their hearts that this pandemic is a unique, unprecedented, and unprecedented event of a "global nature".

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Technopower - Depoliticize to rule better

Technopouvoir - Dépolitiser pour mieux régner, by Diana Filippova - Edition Les Liens qui libèrent (LLL), November 2019 - 224 Pages This is an autopsy of technical confinement. Diana Filippova was not born yesterday. "Everything is political. Everything is propaganda," insists the HEC and

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Climate Policy: The Principle of Unlimited Irresponsibility

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A few weeks ago, a conference was held at the Collège de France organized by the Institut Louis Bachelier, bringing together a group of top economists. The first surprise, which is not a surprise at all, was a magnificent graph showing the close link between growth in world gross domestic product and growth in energy consumption since 1990.

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Society dislocated and widespread above ground

In a period of infobesity, everything is on the same level: news overwrites previous information in a few minutes. The scrolling of the data participates in the permanent zapping. One craze follows another like so many straw fires, without necessarily many long-term commitments. This turmoil contributes to the dislocation of institutions.

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Great National Debate: Regaining a taste for democratic sharing

A teacher-researcher at Sciences Po, Pascal Perrineau has been named one of the five guarantors of the great national debate, alongside Nadia Bellaoui, Guy Canivet, Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin and Jean-Paul Bailly. Appointed by the government and the presidents of the EESC, the National Assembly and the Senate, the five "guarantors" will be required to

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The living as a compass

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From climate marches, massive petitions calling for political action, rainy platforms to mobilize a definitive start... to the artists - soon to be as appalled as the economists - behind Juliette Binoche. The movement spurred by Nicolas Hulot's resignation is gaining momentum. If he is going to leave the front

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