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NATO Library: Book Talk - "Notre intérêt national : quelle politique étrangère pour la France ?"

Book Talk: "Notre intérêt national : Quelle politique étrangère pour la France ?" par Thierry Gomart et Camille Grand

On 10 April 2017, Thomas Gomart, French historian and Director of the IFRI think tank, and Camille Grand, currently Assistant Secretary General, NATO Defence Investment Division, presented the book "Notre intérêt national : quelle politique étrangère pour la France?" at NATO Headquarters.

The presentation, held in French, was chaired by Christophe Cornu, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, NATO.

"Notre intérêt national : quelle politique étrangère pour la France?", edited by Thomas Gomart and Thierry de Montbrial (founder of the IFRI think tank) is a collective book by eight French experts on foreign affairs and international relations. It is the result of a working group set up in early 2016 by the IFRI think tank. The aim of this working group was to provide input for a debate on French foreign policy questions, also intended for the candidates in the French presidential election.

Audio Record

Audio record of the event (full event - Q&A session included) - in French only

 

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Thomas Gomart, Editor of the book, Christophe Cornu (NATO Polical Affairs and Security Policy Division) and Camille Grand (NATO Assistant Secretary General, Defence Investment Division)

Christophe Cornu (NATO Polical Affairs and Security Policy Division) and Camille Grand (NATO Assistant Secretary General, Defence Investment Division)

Christophe Cornu (NATO Polical Affairs and Security Policy Division)

Thomas Gomart, Editor of the book and Director of the IFRI think tank (Institut français des relations internationales).