Analyst of international and security issues, former head of department at the Commissariat Général du Plan, guest professor at Sciences-Po Paris, author of three official reports to the government and 22 books, including Quand la France disparaît du monde (Grasset, 2008), Le Monde à l’horizon 2030. La règle et le désordre (Perrin, 2011) and, with R. Jahanbegloo, Resisting Despair in Confrontational Times (Har-Anand, 2019).

20 publications on Desk Russie English

In Ukraine, the Pressing Commitment of International Law
Dissent, Crime, and the Future of Russia
China and India’s distance from Russia’s war on Ukraine may become a trap
After Emmanuel Macron’s Trip to Kyiv, the end of France’s Russian Illusions?
In Europe, There can be no French Exceptionalism
Ukraine: let’s be Careful not to Divide Europe — and the Alliance
Back From Ukraine Where the Future Model for Europe Is Taking Shape
Joe Biden and the “Butcher”: Truth and Exit
The Medium Term Consequences of Attempts to Re-engage With the Russian Regime
Prophecy and Anger: “Useless Knowledge”
With Putin’s Russia, the Impossible Status Quo
The Liquidation of Memorial and the Destruction of the Universal Consciousness of Crime
Malignant Influence and Counter-influence: Responding to an Asymmetric Threat
Does Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin Vote in Europe?
The Taliban Against Russia? Neither Alliance, nor Fight
Russia’s Ukraine According to Putin: how This Propagandistic Narrative Risks Reaching the West
“Soft” Propaganda: an Invisible and Invasive Threat
They Tortured Raman: Will European and American Leaders be up to the Challenge of History?
The Lawsuit Brought Against Catherine Belton by Russian Oligarchs: a red Alert for Europe
Russia: the Banality of Crime and its Strategic Consequences