Archives mensuelles : novembre 2018

Past events

Programme du groupe de recherche du CERI Les nouveaux démagogues (2016-2018) dirigé par Christophe Jaffrelot et Elise Massicard/p><

2021 Events:

Sound Cloud CERI: https://soundcloud.com/ceri-5

Populism and Foreign Policy: https://vimeo.com/531939584

2016 Onwards:

8 janvier 2016 : Séance introductive, par Christophe Jaffrelot et Elise Massicard

8 février 2016: L’accession au pouvoir d’Erdogan – Hamit Bozarslan and Elise Massicard (CNRS/CERI)

14 mars 2016 : L’irrésistible ascension de Narendra Modi, Christophe Jaffrelot (CNRS/ CERI)

3 mai 2016 : La montée en puissance de Berlusconi, étapes et modalités, par Jean-Louis Briquet (CNRS/CESSP)

2 juin 2016 : La révolution bolivarienne comme un leverage buy-out, ou comment gagner une élection présidentielle sans fonds propres, Eduardo Rios Ludena (Sciences Po, CERI)

22 septembre 2016 : Naissance de la démagogie dans la politique japonaise : pourquoi le Premier ministre Abe est-il si peu puissant ?, Xavier Mellet (Sciences Po/CERI)

4 octobre 2016 : Conservative Populism on a neo-liberal age. The cases of Turkey and Hungary, Berk Esen (Bilkent University, Ankara)

18 novembre 2016 : Séance sur la Thaïlande, Eugénie Mérieau (INALCO)

18 décembre 2016 : séance sur l’Inde

9 février 2017 : Séance sur le Sri Lanka, Nira Wikramasinghe (Leiden University) et Eric Meyer (INALCO)

9 mars 2017 : Séance sur la fabrication d’une société civile par le pouvoir poutinien, court-circuitant celle qui se forme par le bas, Gilles Favarel-Garrigues et Françoise Daucé (EHESS)

11 mai 2017 : Rodrigo Digong Duterte : The Philippines within the global populist wave ? , David Camroux

14 juin 2017 : De Mahatir Mohamad à Najib Razak : les recompositions de la gouvernance démagogique en Malaisie, Elsa Lafaye de Micheaux (MCF économie à l’université Rennes 2 et membre du CASE-CRS/EHESS et David Delfolie, chargé de mission auprès du Secrétariat général de Sciences Po, chercheur rattaché à l’IDHES-CNRS et chargé d’enseignement à Sciences Po Lille

septembre 2017 : « Morale et politique en Russie »,Kathy Rousselet

21 décembre 2017 : Imran Khan of Pakistan: a new type of populist ?, Asma Faiz, Assistant Professor, Lahore University for Management Sciences

Colloquium at CERI, Sciences Po : Figures de la dé-démocratisation.
Autoritarisme et populisme des nouveaux démagogues
27-28 November 2018

New Power 3.0 Podcast: “New Frontiers in Digital Censorship,” a conversation with Glenn Tiffert of the Hoover Institution

The National Endowment for Democracy’s International Forum for Democratic Studies is pleased to announce a new episode of its podcast, “Power 3.0: Authoritarian Resurgence, Democratic Resilience:” New Frontiers in Digital Censorship.

Links for interest

>Institut Montaigne. Michel Duclos, special-advisor on geo-politics, former ambassador, on 16th August 2018 has analysed the rise of “Neo-Authoritarians”:

“Face aux néo-autoritaires : que faire ? Éléments pour lancer un débat”

>‘How populist are you?’ quiz: How we devised our ‘How populist are you?’ quiz, The Guardian, The new populism, 21 Nov, 2018

The Guardian’s quiz has been devised by Team Populism, a group of academics studying the subject in universities around the world. Answers are aggregated to position each respondent on a matrix combining populism and conventional left/right ideology.

Vladimir Putin: speeches

V. Putin’s 2015 speech in front of the United Nation’s General Assembly: Full transcript.

V. Putin’s 2014 parliamentary speech on the accession of Crimea to the Russian Federation:
Official transcript and Video.

V. Putin’s March 2012 presidential re-election victory speech: Video.
V. Putin cries publicly when re-elected for his third term as president of the Russian Federation

V. Putin’s 2007 Speech and the Following Discussion at the Munich Conference on Security Policy: Official transcript.

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Netanyahu in surveys

In 10 separate opinion polls conducted in March 2018, Netanyahu and his center-right coalition will very likely win and continue to govern.

Source: How Netanyahu Keeps Israeli Voters Happy: All the leading electoral indicators are on his side, indictment or no indictment, 29 mars 2018


A survey conducted for the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, ahead of DIGIT, an annual journalism conference held in Israel found that a strong majority of Israelis who have an opinion believe the media is biased against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Source: Poll: Israeli Majority Believe Media Biased against Netanyahu,
03-29-2018


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Erdogan in surveys


Dalia Research’s Risk Pulse surveys, a new approach to measuring political instability, showed that 46 percent of Turks approve Erdogan’s job performance in January 2018.

Source: Explaining Erdogan’s persistent popularity, February 14, 2018

A comprehensive public opinion study by the Center for American Progress (CAP) finds broad consensus among Turks about the dimensions of Turkish national identity and the nation’s relationship to the rest of the world.

Source: Is Turkey Experiencing a New Nationalism? :
An Examination of Public Attitudes on Turkish Self-Perception, February 11, 2018


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Duterte in surveys


2018 second quarter surveys by Social Weather Stations and Pulse Asia give a picture of how the public has perceived the firebrand Duterte with two full years of his presidency behind him.

Source: Duterte in surveys: After two years, honeymoon persists, July 19, 2018

If SWS found dips and a general decline, Pulse Asia’s approval and trust survey results show Duterte generally maintaining his high score and then even rising slightly toward the end of his second year.

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