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Interviews with the great leaders in French Intelligence. These interviews break with a culture of secrecy; what the leaders say in no way glosses the difficulties, or the missteps, of the Services, or the manipulations that occur for reasons of high-level – or low-level – politics.
A thoroughly researched, pedagogical work for anyone interested in Intelligence
An incisive essay on what democracies can do when faced with violence. Thoughtful comments that add depth to current debates about security and respecting freedom. A talented essay-writer who combines political musings and literary references. The author’s high political office grants him a particular legitimacy for commenting on these subjects.
Undertaken first in Belgium shortly after the attacks that occurred in that country, this approach has received a great deal of attention from public authorities, and is seeing increasing interest in France, given the failure of de-radicalization policies.
How philosophy allows us to understand violence and hatred, which are at the core of our world. Marc Crépon’s renown: he appeared frequently in the media over the course of the year 2015, because violence as a theme is at the heart of his philosophical thought. A year after the attack on the Bataclan, how have the major democracies reacted to hatred?
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