Politique européenne is a bilingual (French/English) journal, which publishes original articles in thematic or varia issues covering the entire field of European Studies (policy analysis, international relations, political sociology, political theory or political anthropology…). Our issues also include research in progress articles, as well as book reviews and review essays.

The ambition of the journal is to constitute of the key arenas for expressing scientific controversies on European Studies. Starting with the observation that academic contributions relating to the political analysis of the process of European integration had primarily been dominated by English-language journal, the aims of the journal are the following:

  • accompany the development of political science as one of the main and autonomous discipline in the analysis of the many dimensions of the process of European integration,
  • make available to observers (academics, students and journalists) and actors (political, administrative and economic) of the European Union a journal of high scientific quality that allows to take stock of the academic debates,
  • help enhance exchanges between universities and research centers in France and abroad.

Through its thematic and varia issues, Politique européenne offers an editorial policy which allows to establish the necessary bridge between theory and practice in the study of the EU in all its dimensions.

ISSN : 1623-6297

Publication frequency: 4 issues per year

Politique européenne is published thanks to the financial support of the CNRS National SSH Institute, of PACTE (CNRS, University of Grenoble), of the Centre d’études européenne (Sciences Po), of ESPOL (Université catholique de Lille) and of the Institute for European Studies (IES) Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles (USL-B).

Politique européenne is published by l’Harmattan.

Politique européenne is fully accessible through the social sciences portal, Cairn (in English).

Politique Européenne is registered on Scopus.

Authors can publish their articles in early view on Cairn ahead of the publication of the thematic or varia issues they are part of