Advisor to the Executive Chairman
Dominique David has been researcher at the Center of Political Studies of Defense (université de Paris I), Deputy Director of the Institut français de polémologie (French Institute of Polemology), and from 1985 to 1991, Secretary General of the FEDN (Fondation pour les études de défense nationale).
He also teached at the Military School of Saint-Cyr (Coëtquidan), at the Paris I University and at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (IEP).
Dominique David has been, from 1998 to 2010, member of the Scientific Council of Defense.
In France, Europe basically expresses four objectives: peace, parity with Germany, economic development, and leveraging French power. But today, the feeling abounds that none of these objectives are really being achieved.
Written by Ifri's research team and its network of associates, the new RAMSES 2016 analyses geopolitics on a worldwide scale. The major theme of this 34th edition is Climate: A new chance? In addition, RAMSES 2016 tackles the insertion of Africa in...
'Will and must France reintegrate (the) NATO ? The change of situation in fifteen years must be taken into account to answer this question – which, besides, needs to be put another way.