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Politique étrangère Issues from Politique Etrangère

Russia, a Weak Power? / Climate: Before the Paris Conference Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 2, Summer 2015

FOCUS Russia, a Weak Power?

Russia, a Revisionist Power? by Fiodor Loukianov

From Russia’s Grand Strategy to the Limited War by Thomas Gomart

Vladimir Putin’s Non-Economic Logic by Ioulia Joutchkova and Vladislav Inozemtsev

Is Putin’s System Built to Last? by Tatiana Kastouéva-Jean

 

COUNTERPOINT Climate: Before the Paris Conference

Climate: Injustice for the South by Sunita Narain (read the article in French)

COP21: What are the Odds for Success? by Christian de Perthuis and Raphaël Trotignon

 

CURRENT AFFAIRS

Issues in the Libyan Crisis by Archibald Gallet (read the article in French)

Israel and Hezbollah: The New Strategic Equation by Jean-Loup Samaan

Defeating Daesh: A Financial and Military Campaign by Myriam Benraad

South Sudan: From Disaster to Chaos by Marc-André Lagrange

Boko Haram, an Exception within the Jihadist Movement? by Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos

 

BAROMETER

The Country Risk Concept by Norbert Gaillard

Terrorism and Counter-Radicalization: the Danish Model by Lars Erslev Andersen

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Le piège Daech. L’État islamique ou le retour de l’Histoire bt Pierre-Jean Luizard ; Le retour des djihadistes. Aux racines de l’État islamique by Patrick Cockburn, review by Myriam Benraad


You can read in French the Editorial of Politique étrangère, vol. 80, n° 2, été 2015

You can read in French the Book reviews of Politique étrangère, vol. 80, n° 2, été 2015

 

Keywords
climate COP21 Vladimir Putin Russia
ISBN / ISSN: 
978-2-36567-383-9