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Strange New World – Geoeconomics vs Geopolitics

Where is the world heading? Towards a “new world disorder” marked by the resurgence of geopolitical conflicts and state-sponsored violence or towards an ineluctable economic convergence? Building on their expertise in economics, defense, and European affairs, former Director-General of the World Trade Organization Pascal Lamy and defense analyst Nicole Gnesotto do not share the same […]

Où va le monde ?

Acheter le livre  Où va le monde ? Comment en est-on arrivé là ? Pourquoi le désordre, la violence, le chaos, donnent-ils le sentiment d’être les nouvelles règles du système international, alors que la paix, la prospérité, la liberté, la règle du droit, étaient données, il y a à peine vingt ans, comme les promesses […]

Où va le monde ? Free market or forced market

– > back cover: The book opposes and weaves together two different interpretations of the recent turbulences in global and local politics and tries to answer the question whether or not geopolitics are taking their revenge over geoeconomics after a few decades of overall positive globalization and European integration. On the one side a […]

Foreword to China’s belt and Road Initiative and the Baltic Sea Region – An entrepreneurial Perspective

Trade and investment are at the core of China-Europe relationship and China’s New Silk Road initiative adds new a new dimension to the interaction between the two partners.

Foreword to Innovation takes off – Clean Sky, European research for aeronautics

Summary : Global air transport is experiencing a steady growth, which is forecasted to continue over the coming years and decades. The aeronautical industry is a key sector of the European economy in a highly competitive international context. In order to ensure the environmental sustainability of this growth, while strengthening Europe’s place among the worldwide […]

Forewords to China’s historical choice in Global Governance

In today’s tribe of internationalists, my good friend He Yafei is no ordinary pundit. Having spent part of his career in the engine room of various multilateral diplomatic postings, he knows how the system works. Having also served as a deck officer, assessing the force and the direction of the economic and political winds and […]