CERI/Sciences Po.

Edited by Christophe Jaffrelot

This series consists of translations of noteworthy manuscripts and publications in the social sciences emanating from the foremost French researchers at Sciences Po, Paris. The focus of the series is the transformation of politics and society by transnational and domestic factors—globalisation, migration and the postbipolar balance of power on the one hand, and ethnicity and religion on the other. States are more permeable to external influence than ever before and this phenomenon is accelerating processes of social and political change the world over. In seeking to understand and interpret these transformations, this series gives priority to social trends from below as much as to the interventions of state and non-state actors.

Forthcoming

Narendra Modi and his Experiment with Gujarat
Bodies Between State, Territory, and Identity
The Global Appeal of Islamic State
When Religion and Culture Part Ways
Politics and Society in the Qaboos State

Latest Titles

The Military and Political Change in Myanmar
How Populists Hijack Religion
The Perils of Predicting Global Politics
From Opacity to Complexity
Taiwanese Entrepreneurs and the Partition of China
The Arab Counter-Revolution and its Jihadi Legacy
A History
Instability and Resilience
Ordered Disorder and the Struggle for the City
The Political Uses of Massacre and Genocide