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

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Francesco Ragazzi PDF Print E-mail

Centre d'Etude sur les Conflits
Associate researcher
Ph.D. Candidate, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris


  • Diaspora politics and transnational communities
  • Governmentalities of migration
  • Critical approaches to security
  • Critical approaches to ethnic conflict


(2008 – forthcoming), with Eduardo Barberis and Bruno Cousin « La Gauche gouvernementale italienne et ses politiques d’immigration [The governmental left in Italy and its immigration policies ] (1992-2001) », in Piero Caracciolo (ed.), Paris, Editions Rue d’Ulm.

(2008 – forthcoming) « Le cas croate: la “diaspora” comme programme politique » in Stephane Dufoix, Formes et évolutions des politiques étatiques envers les populations nationales vivant en dehors des frontières, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po.

(2007) with Stephan Davidshofer. ‘Guest Editors' Introduction: Practices of Security and the Political’, Journal of International relations and Development, 10, no. 4 (2007): 327-331 (Edited Special Issue)

(2007), Bibliographic review « Le Pape M., Siméant J., Vidal C., Crises extrêmes. Face aux massacres, aux urgences civiles et aux génocides » Cultures et Conflits, n°65 (printemps) pp. 165-172

(2006) with c.a.s.e., collective.’ Critical Approaches to Security in Europe. A Networked Manifesto.’ Security Dialogue 37 (4):443-487 (contributor and coordinator with Stephan Davidshofer).


2002-2003 - One-year postgraduate research diploma, (DEA) in International Relations, (Sciences-Po, Paris) “Mobilizations, Strategies and discourses of Croatian “diaspora” associations in the US during the conflict in Former Yugoslavia”. Cum Laude. Advisor: Christian Lequesne.

2000-2003 - Masters Degree, International Relations and Development Studies, (Sciences-Po, Paris) France. Obtained with “Cum laude” and “English proficiency”.

1998-2000 - Bachelors Degree in Political Sciences, (Sciences-Po, Paris)

2003-... - PhD Candidate. “When Governements Say : ‘diaspora’”. Supervisor: Didier Bigo. International Relations Department, Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Sciences-Po, Paris) France. / Northwestern University, Chicago (USA) – Double Ph.D. program. Degree expected September 2008.


French, Italian, Spanish, English, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian


Since 2006  
- Member of the management team, International Political Sociology, published by Blackwell, an official publication of the International Studies Association.
- Member of the Editing Committe, Cultures et Conflits, published by the Centre d’Etudes sur les Conflits.
- Book review co-editor, Security Dialogue, published by SAGE.
- ‘Communications Director’ of the IPS Section, International Studies Association.
2007-2008  - Teaching Assistant, Northwestern University.