10/05/2017 - 12:56
This controversy took place a week ago. Colbert was indeed Louis XIV’s minister, but he was also one of the main instigators of the Black Code which regulated slavery in the French colonies. For this reason, some associations deem it unacceptable for high schools to bear his name. Here are the opinions on the matter of two Sciences Po Paris students: Thibault Joannard-Lardant and Marie Hubert.
Don’t burry Colbert !
Colbert : a republican contradiction ?

04/19/2015 - 10:00
The atrocious events happened in the peaceful afternoon of January 7th, 2015 in Paris, when radical Islamists stormed the office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.The attacks raised many questions on exteremism, religion, values and tensions in French society, but the most heated debates were on the topic of the freedom of speech: do we have the right to make fun of everything? Do we have the right to mock or ridicule other people’s deeply rooted beliefs? Did Charlie Hebdo have the right, from a legal and moral standpoint, to go as far as they did?
Freedom of Speech is Not Absolute
Freedom of speech is not negotiable

09/08/2014 - 18:45
Despite being illegal in France, active euthanasia is practiced clandestinely in many French healthcare institutions. It would to be necessary to legalize euthanasia in order to properly handle it.
Legalization of euthanasia: a small step for France, one giant leap for mankind
Dangers and pretense of a false good measure

02/14/2014 - 04:40
Can France legitimately lead military operations in Africa ? What are the true reasons for the intervention of French soldiers in the Central African Republic ?
The triple legitimacy of Operation Sangaris
A neo-colonialist intervention driven by geostrategic and economical goals

04/27/2013 - 10:44
The French legislative elections were held from June 10th - 17th last year. Does the crushing defeat of the UMP mean the end of the party, which was the first one to form the French Right? Or will the party of the former president make a new start instead?
UMP refreshed, but not washed down by the pink wave
The PS has means to implement its program

04/27/2013 - 10:23
Since François Hollande became the seventh President to be elected in the Fifth Republic, his Lady had been only shedding ink. She supported the socialist dissident Olivier Falorni, while the party supported his opponent in the election of La Rochelle. The politico-medial sphere quickly denounced a mixture of genres.
Valérie Trierweiler is wrong to believe she is free
Valérie Trierweiler should find her rightful place next to the new President

01/15/2013 - 15:02
The catastrophe of the nuclear power plant Fukushima has triggered a lively debate on civilian nuclear energy, particularly in France, where the largest share of electricity is produced by nuclear reactors. Should the accident impact French energetic policies?
A necessary transition towards renewable energies
Following the anti-nuclear trends would be madness

01/14/2013 - 13:37
Francois Hollande, the socialist winner of the Primaries runs for president in 2012. Socialists believe in the success of their candidate who does not get frightened by the harsh critics of the right wing. Will the left wing be able to mark a turning point in French politics? Is Holland the best possible candidate?
A suitable candidate
The candidate of the “soft left”