Juliette Faure is a PhD candidate in political science at Sciences Po Paris. Her research studies how Russian contemporary conservative elites have embraced and legitimised the promotion of technological modernisation within their political ideology and practices. Juliette holds an MIA from Columbia University in New York and Sciences Po (2015). Prior to that, she completed a BA in Political Science at Sciences Po, along with a Licence in Philosophy from La Sorbonne (Paris IV). She has received the Second Price for Strategic Thinking of the French High Council for Strategic Training and Research (CSFRS) for her Masters thesis on "The political idea of tradition in the discourses of the contemporary Russian regime (2012-2019)", that she defended at Sciences Po in May 2018.