History and Geopolitics All books
Emmanuel Dubois de Prisque
China and its Demons At the Source of Sino-Totalitarianism
Emmanuel Dubois de Prisque is tackling a taboo by showing how Chinese culture participates in totalitarianism, and by asserting that the CCP identifies as a sacred sovereign.
Inventing Europe Collège de France Autumn Colloquium 2021
This book was published under the direction of Samantha Besson, current occupant of the International Institutional Law Chair at the Collège de France
Unpublished Notebooks from the Warsaw Ghetto
A work enriched with many elements that clarify the text and enable it to enhance the previously known history of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Farmer and the Hot Air-Eaters
“How can we willingly obey, abandon ourselves to rote statements, accepting them as truth, without ever examining them?
The Paths of Power
Contrary to current discourse, a bold work that restores a major theme – power – and makes a clear assertion : the necessary return of the State onto the political field.
A World of Influences Soft Power
An ambitious and convincing work that aims to present the new face of international relations.
The Ethical Turning Point and the World Society
A fascinating and ambitious book, which gives back meaning to disparate and disturbing realities: the rise in protectionisms and nationalisms, the exacerbation of radicalisms by social networks, ecological and health challenges, etc…
Itinerary of an Arabist
The exemplary journey of a great scholar, historian, and man of letters, a lover of the Arabic language, of which he is one of the greatest translators into French, notably of the Thousand and One Nights.