France’s Strategic Posture: An Interview with Hubert Védrine

France’s Strategic Posture: An Interview with Hubert Védrine

Part I: Series Introduction Part II: NATO Reintegration and European Defense Part III: A Widening FocusPart IV: The Temptation of a Forward Defense Hubert Védrine was a diplomatic advisor and chief of staff to French President François Mitterand, and went on to serve as France’s foreign minister in the government of Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (1997-2002). He is the author of numerous books and articles on foreign policy and globalization, and leads a seminar on international relations at the Paris Institute of Political Science (Sciences Po). Over the course of a generous and wide-ranging interview, he offered World Politics Review […]

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