Philippe MOREAU DEFARGES
Former Senior Fellow and RAMSES Co-Editor
- International relations
- European construction
- Global issues : globalization, environment, law in the international system
Philippe Moreau Defarges, born in 1943, is a former French diplomat and senior fellow at the French Institute of International Relations - IFRI. From 2002 to 2015, he co-edited its yearly survey RAMSES.
Philippe Moreau Defarges has taught International Relations and Geopolitics at Université de Paris-II Panthéon-Assas, and the Institute of Political studies (SciencePo), Paris. He is a graduate from the École nationale d'administration (ENA).
After Nice: Towards a Federal Government? Philippe Moreau Defarges, Politique étrangère, 2/2001 - Year 66.
The question of a European federal Government is henceforth on the agenda of the European Union. Until now, Europe, originally of the European Communities and now of the European Union, has been governed by a very complex system. A supranational authority, the...
France’s history is dominated by a contradictory relationship with the European empire: at some periods France has dreamed of being the imperial unifier of Europe; at the same time, in the name of the nation, she has obstinately combated several empire-building attempts, especially those made...
The United States and France. The Power between Myth and Reality Philippe Moreau Defarges. Transatlantic series, Notes de l'Ifri, No. 14, Paris, Ifri, (original French title: Les Etats-Unis et la France. La puissance entre mythes et réalités)
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