History and Geopolitics All books
Topics on a human scale, which reveal the face of the war as presented to those who fought and those who lived through it.
A strong thesis: only States that are truly committed to globalization will be able to protect their fellow citizens effectively.
Very accessible and enlightening historiological analyses of the present time (Nazi violence, war suicides, emergencies).
An essential contribution for an understanding of what is at stake in the 2020 presidential election.
A book that explains our present and clarifies our future.
The history of the Académie Française under the Revolution and the Empire
In Berlin, on the night of 9th to 10th November 1989, the world was radically changed when the ‘Wall of Shame’ came down without a struggle. A year later, German reunification was joyfully celebrated, the Cold War came to an end and the Soviet Union collapsed.
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 "de-westernized" story: many episodes that are often overlooked are described here — the Russian civil war in the Far East, the Anglo-Japanese confrontation in Manchuria, the harshness of the Korean War…
A burning reality. Brexit, which was supposed to take effect officially on 29 March 2019, has been postponed to October, but already its effects are being felt, and this is only the beginning!
China and the United States are heading toward a war neither wants.
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.
By stressing the gap between today’s international system and what it would be in the event of Chinese hegemony, we will understand better what is at play, and what is lost, with the “de-Westernization” of the world.