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Grégory Kudish

Chef d'équipe chez SOM

Grégory has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Université de Montréal. His research interests focus on public opinion, social movements, and the rise of populism and Euroscepticism. He completed internships at the Journal des alternatives (summer 2012) and Radio-Canada (winter 2014). He is the French section editor of the Prince Arthur Herald.
Will Euroscepticism Win in 2014

Will Euroscepticism Win in 2014 Elections?

On May 25, Europeans will elect their 751 MEPs. This 8th Europe-wide election will likely see the rise of Eurosceptics, nationalists, and far-right politics. In countries like France, the UK and Hunga...
04/30/2014 05:01 EDT
Don't Let Syria Become a Second Getty

Don't Let Syria Become a Second Iraq

The use of chemical weapons against civilians is a condemnable act, a crime against humanity. Nevertheless, we need to ask ourselves whether a military intervention is not likely to worsen the situation. The last thing the U.S. wants now, is to see Syria turning into a second Iraq.
08/31/2013 07:05 EDT