Articles by Cécile Guerin
On the surface, tighter borders and export restrictions may look like a coup for right-wing populism. But countries like France are already moving leftward—and they won't be the last
Cécile Guerin / November 15, 2019
The response to new allegations levelled at director Roman Polanski shows a cultural shift is underway in the country
Cécile Guerin / August 6, 2019
8chan going offline is a first step in fighting online extremism and hate, but taking down extremists' platforms of choice cannot be effective if their ideas are allowed to thrive...
Coordinated misogynistic campaigns are prevalent across Europe. The solution lies in better regulation and cultural change
"They will take from you everything": how the far-right is already exploiting the tragedy of the Notre Dame fire
Cécile Guerin / April 17, 2019
From unverified claims that the fire was intentional to fake pictures and videos of alleged arsonists, far-right internet trolls started spreading disinformation within minutes of the fire breaking...
Cécile Guerin / December 8, 2018
Images of apparent police brutality are fanning the flames of radicalisation as the movement spreads. As armoured vehicles are deployed in Paris, things could heat up further