History and Geopolitics All books
A brilliant thinker who is widely known in the French media, Bertrand Badie offers an original view of international relations at the junction of individual and collective concerns.
An original look at recent developments in current affairs, whether it is “Trumpism,” the emergence of authoritarian leaders such as Putin, Erdogan, or Orban, and at an international scene that appears particularly chaotic.
A strong thesis: only States that are truly committed to globalization will be able to protect their fellow citizens effectively.
A fascinating historical narrative presented as a lively investigation. Decoding the signification of the Statue of Liberty, based on the political and cultural beliefs of its creator, Auguste Bartholdi
What may one hope for from a united Europe? What will be the future of France? Discouraging of both European illusions and those myths of the 1980s, the money-king and the triumphant individual, this work provides an indispensable reflection on how to tackle the difficult years ahead, to avert the explosive risks that weigh heavily on society and restrict the actions of the French State. Jean-François Bensahel, an ex-student of L'Ecole Normale Superior and the Ecole de Mines, holds a graduate degree in mathematics and is a high-level functionary.