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Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

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Centre d'Etudes sur les Conflits
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Professor, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.




CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Security and liberty, biometrics identifiers and databases
  • Antiterrorist policies in Europe after September 11 2001
  • Merging of internal security and external security
  • Migrants and refugees in Europe
  • Critical security studies
  • International Political Sociology

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books
Didier Bigo, Anastassia Tsoukala (dir) : Illiberal practices of liberal regimes. Collection Challenge, Routledge  2008 [ouvrage collectif].

Didier Bigo, Elspeth Guild (dir) : Controlling frontiers: free movement into and within Europe, Ashgate, April 2005, 300p

Didier Bigo, Les nouveaux enjeux de l’(in)sécurité́ en Europe : terrorisme, guerre, sécurité intérieure, sécurité extérieure, Paris, L’Harmattan, under publication, estimated July 2005
Articles
Didier Bigo. “Detention of foreigner, States of exception, and the social practices of control of the Banopticon” in Prem Kuram Rujaram “Borderscapes” University of Minesitta Press, Autumn 2007

Didier  Bigo, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth  Guild, and R.B.J.  Walker, 'The Changing Landscape of European Liberty and Security: Mid-Term Report on the Results of the Challenge Project'. Research Paper no. No. 4 (2007): 48. soumis à la revue de l’UNESCO.

Didier Bigo, and R.B.J Walker, 'Political Sociology and the Problem of the International'. Millennium 35, no. 3 (2007).

EDUCATION

  •  Habilitation for direction of research: « terrorism, war, internal and external security » "terrorisme, guerre, sécurité intérieure, sécurité extérieure", accordée à l'unanimité, 18 Décembre 2002, sous la direction de M. le Professeur Bertrand Badie, jury Mrs Malcolm Anderson, Michel Dobry, Wolf Dieter Eberwein, Pierre Hassner, Rémy Leveau.

  •  Doctoral thesis ; « The personal power in Central Africa », « Le pouvoir personnel en Centrafrique », 1985, sous la direction de M. le Professeur Conac, mention très honorable avec félicitation du jury à l’unanimité.

  •  Master thesis in history, « Faustin Elie Soulouque, emperor in Haiti-1849-1859 » DEA d’Histoire de M. Chevalier, mention très bien, 1980. 

  •  Master thesis in political science « Empire, tyranny and dictature » DEA de Sciences Politiques de M. Duverger, mention très bien 1979.

  •  Maîtrise de Droit et Sciences Politiques, mention très bien 1978.

  •  Licence de Droit, 1977, Paris I Sorbonne UER II.

POSITIONS

  • Professor of international relations, « Maître de conférences des Universités » at Sciences- Po (Institut d’Etudes Politiques) Paris and Associated researcher at the Center for international studies and research  (Centre d’Etude et de Recherche Internationale de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (CERI)

  • Professor of international relations, « Maître de conférences des Universités » at Sciences- Po (Institut d’Etudes Politiques) Paris and Associated researcher at the Center for international studies and research  (Centre d’Etude et de Recherche Internationale de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (CERI)

  • Editor of the quarterly journal Cultures & Conflits (C&C) from 1990, published by l’Harmattan and in English each year from 2001 as the fifth issue of Alternatives,global, local, political, Lynne Rienner

  • President of the Centre for Study of Conflicts (Centre d’Etudes sur les Conflits) non profit organisation running the journal C&C Research

  • Director of the program « national security and other forms of security» Centre for Research of the military academy of Saint Cyr Coetquidan (CREC).

  • Former member of the scientific advisory board of the Institute for Studies in Internal security, ministry of interior (IHESI)

  • Former member of the board of the Center for prospective of the national gendarmerie (CPGN) from 1999 to 2003 In the United Kingdom

  • Visiting professor for 2004-2009 at King’s college London, department of War studies