Dominique Moïsi is one of Europe's leading geo-strategic thinkers. A renowned political scientist, author, and co-founder of the prestigious French Institute for International Affairs (IFRI).
He is a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and the International Advisory Council of the Moscow School of Political Studies, as well as a special member of the Bilderberg Group. Moïsi is currently a Professor at the Institute d'Etudes Politiques at Sciences Po in Paris, and the Pierre Keller Visiting Professor at Harvard University. He also is the holder of the European Geopolitics Chair at the College of Europe in Natolin, Warsaw, and a visiting professor at King's College, London.
During the 1990s Moïsi was renowned for writing several "trilateral" (British-German-French) papers with Timothy Garton Ash and Michael Mertes, in favour of a combined eastward enlargement and institutional modernisation of the EU.
An internationally respected specialist in the fields of geopolitics and international relations, he is frequently called upon to comment on the future of Europe, geo-political trends, and the geo-politics of emotions.
Moïsi writes for the Financial Times, New York Times, Die Welt, Der Standard, Foreign Affairs, and many other major newspapers. He is the author of many books including the renowned, 'The Geopolitics of Emotion: How Cultures of Fear, Humiliation, and Hope are reshaping the World' (2009), which has been translated into 20 languages.