Archibald Gustin is a visiting PhD fellow of the University of Liège at ECHO and a member of the Institut de la décision publique (ULiège). He obtained his MSc in Political Science (2020 - ULiège). His research focuses on the gender politics of far-right parties. In particular, Archibald studies the way far right parties in Flanders and in France (Vlaams Belang, Rassemblement national) frame their gender politics in order to achieve their mainstreaming strategy, what is usually refered to as the de-dediabolization process. Archibald is also interested in agonistic theories of democracy and anti-populism.