History and Geopolitics All books
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 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.
Discreet by nature and secretive by necessity, Raymond Aubrac has been closely involved in more than half a century of history, in France and abroad. Within France, he is one of the great figures of the Resistance, and is one of the last survivors of the meeting at Caluire, on June 21st 1943, in the course of which Jean Moulin was arrested. A confidant of Ho Chi Minh, Raymond Aubrac also played a central role in the secret negotiations which accompanied the Vietnam war. In this book he gives a new, personal account of these events and others, including his meeting with de Gaulle, his role in the reconstruction of France, and his work at the heart of the UN.
A study of the Roman legal system, in light of the history of the Empire
China and the United States are heading toward a war neither wants.