Emission: Nation Impact - Georges Hazan
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and China’s military build-up, herald a new era of big-power rivalry.While Never-ending nuclear talks with Iran are bordering on the absurd. President joe biden CALLS THIS THE “DECISIVE DECADE”.
Yet the label scarcely captures the moment—the start of a post-post-cold-war epoch in which the American-shaped world order may be violently undone by Russia and China. “Great-power competition” is too tame amid Russia’s destruction of Ukraine; the “new cold war” too reductive given the West’s complex economic interdependence with China. Meanwhile, America and Europe may soon have to decide whether to pull the plug on the nuclear negotiations process with Iran
Special Advisor - Geopolitics
Dominique Moïsi is a French political scientist and geopolitician. He joined the reputed Institut Montaigne as a special advisor to support the development of its international strategy.
Founding member of the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri), he remained its Deputy Director and Special Advisor.
Currently a professor at King's College in London, he has taught at Harvard University and several prestigious academic establishments in France .
A columnist, he also publishes in the Financial Times, the New York Times, German press and other daily newspapers. A graduate from Sciences Po Paris and Harvard, he obtained a doctorate in Sorbonne under the direction of Raymond Aron, of which he was the assistant
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