Come to the Center for European Studies to hear panelists talk about France's current political climate as part of their European Election Monitor series! This series highlights and analyzes elections in various European states, in particular, the impact of potential election outcomes. The series also explores past and present political conditions in European countries, the dynamics of political parties, and party systems, public opinion, and the relationship between politics and media. 
 
With the country's presidential election only a few weeks away, this discussion will be led by Dominique Moïsi, the Co-Founder of the Institut Français des Relations Internationales, the essayist Hakim Al Karou, Vincent Pons, the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, and Laurent Bigorgne, the director of the Institut Montaigne.
 
About Domique Moïsi:

Dominique Moïsi is a senior counselor at the Institut Montaigne, an independent think tank that works to create concrete propositions for public action, social cohesion, and public finance. His book The Geopolitics of Series, or The Triumph of Fear explores popular television shows, the fear that the shows create (such as barbarism in Game of Thrones), and the real-life consequences of this fear.

About Hakim Al Karou:

Founder of the 21st Century Club, Hakim Al Karou is a political essayist, whose works explore topics ranging from the role of Islam and Muslim citizens in working class neighborhoods to President Donald Trump's behavior related to that of European leaders. 

 
About Vincent Pons:

Vincent Pons is an assistant professor of business administration in the Business, Government, and International Economy Unit and a faculty affiliate at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. He studies questions in the political economy and development.

 
About Laurent Bigorgne:
The director of the Institut Montaigne, Laurent Bigorgne's hope is to give people ways to form and act on opinions on competitiveness and social cohesion in France. He wants to help also give these people a voice and teach them how to use their voices to debate and make the social change that they wish to see. 

The event is sponsored by the European Election Monitor Series and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States.Click HERE to find out more!
Lower Level Conference Room, Busch Hall 27 Kirkland Street Cambridge, MA 02138

What to Expect from the French Presidential Election

When
March 30th from 2:00 to 4:00PM
Where
Lower Level Conference Room, Busch Hall
27 Kirkland Street Cambridge, MA 02138
Come to the Center for European Studies to hear panelists talk about France's current political climate as part of their European Election Monitor series! This series highlights and analyzes elections in various European states, in particular, the impact of potential election outcomes. The series also explores past and present political conditions in European countries, the dynamics of political parties, and party systems, public opinion, and the relationship between politics and media. 
 
With the country's presidential election only a few weeks away, this discussion will be led by Dominique Moïsi, the Co-Founder of the Institut Français des Relations Internationales, the essayist Hakim Al Karou, Vincent Pons, the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, and Laurent Bigorgne, the director of the Institut Montaigne.
 
About Domique Moïsi:

Dominique Moïsi is a senior counselor at the Institut Montaigne, an independent think tank that works to create concrete propositions for public action, social cohesion, and public finance. His book The Geopolitics of Series, or The Triumph of Fear explores popular television shows, the fear that the shows create (such as barbarism in Game of Thrones), and the real-life consequences of this fear.

 

About Hakim Al Karou:

Founder of the 21st Century Club, Hakim Al Karou is a political essayist, whose works explore topics ranging from the role of Islam and Muslim citizens in working class neighborhoods to President Donald Trump's behavior related to that of European leaders. 

 
About Vincent Pons:

Vincent Pons is an assistant professor of business administration in the Business, Government, and International Economy Unit and a faculty affiliate at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. He studies questions in the political economy and development.

 
About Laurent Bigorgne:
The director of the Institut Montaigne, Laurent Bigorgne's hope is to give people ways to form and act on opinions on competitiveness and social cohesion in France. He wants to help also give these people a voice and teach them how to use their voices to debate and make the social change that they wish to see. 

The event is sponsored by the European Election Monitor Series and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States.
Click HERE to find out more!
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