Professor of History and Geography and researcher at the French Institute of Geopolitics (University of Paris VIII). Author of several books, he works at the Thomas More Institute on geopolitical and defense issues in Europe. His research areas cover the Baltic-Black Sea zone, post-Soviet Eurasia and the Mediterranean.

24 publications on Desk Russie English

Neither Moralistic nor Quixotic, Support for Ukraine is a Political and Moral Imperative
NATO, the Only Real Guarantee of Security for a Free and Independent Ukraine
The Harmful Role of the Kremlin and Wagner in Sudan
The Strategic and Geopolitical Limits of the Partnership Between Delhi and Moscow
From Belarus to Belorussia: the Resatellisation of a Former Soviet Republic
And now? On the Possibility of an All-out War
Iran, a platform for circumventing sanctions against Russia
The Serbia-Russia Alliance, Belgrade’s Multi-faceted Diplomacy and the Improbable European Perspective
Why do we Want Ukraine to Win?
History, Geopolitics and Perspectives of the Baltic Sea
The UN, Russian Aggression and the Impasses of Collective Security: Elements of Analysis and Response
Facing Russia: the Polish Geostrategic Actor and the Euro-atlantic Balance
The Balkans Could be the Scene of a Future Diplomatic Confrontation With Russia
Russian “new Weapons”: from Deterrence to Coercion?
Turkey and Ukraine: Ins and Outs of Their Defense Partnership
Ukraine, the Frontline of Russia’s Hybrid Wars
The Ukrainian Geopolitical Pivot and the new Cold War
Can the European Union Build its Future Without Russia?
“Wagner” in Mali: the Tree Must not Hide the Forest
From the Afghan Withdrawal to the Foundation of the AUKUS: the Bright Future of European Defense?
Russia, Afghanistan and Central Asia: a Geopolitical Overview
Russian Military Power: a Seasoned Army Serving a Revisionist Geopolitical Project
A Perspective on the Russian-iranian Alliance
The United States / Russia / China Triangle and the Improbability of a Reversal of Alliances