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Denis BAUCHARD

Senior Advisor for North Africa and the Middle East


Research Interests:

  • North Africa
  • The Middle East

 

Denis Bauchard has a long diplomatic career, which led him in particular to take an interest in the Arab world. He chaired the Arab World Institute in Paris (2002-2004). He was Ambassador of France to Canada (1998-2001) and to Jordan (1989-1993). He also served as Financial Counselor at the French Mission to the United Nations (1978-1981). 

Denis Bauchard published and edited several books, notably Le nouveau monde arabe : enjeux et instabilités (with Abdellah Hammoudi and Rémy Leveau, André Versaille, 2012)  and La démocratie est-elle soluble dans l’Islam ? (CNRS Science Po, 2007). He regularly writes in Le MondePolitique EtrangèreQuestions internationales, and Ramsès. Denis Bauchard is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies and the École nationale d’administration (National School of Administration).

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19/06/2007

Buy the article on CAIRN websiteAbstractObviously, the ambitious Greater Middle East project has failed. In Iraq, confrontation between communities provides a safe haven for terrorists. The Palestinian issue is not solved. In Lebanon, Hezbollah was not “eradicated”. Iran is...

11/06/2007

Les attentats du 11 septembre 2001 ont brutalement posé la question des libertés politiques dans le monde arabe. Ces pays musulmans ne seraient-ils que des 'démocraties sans démocrates' ? La frustration de populations réprimées serait-elle une cause de la 'violence islamiste' ?
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