Thomas Flichy de La Neuville

Teacher at the University of Poitiers and Rennes Business School. Specialist in Russia, China, and Iran.
Thomas Flichy de La Neuville

Graduate of the University of Warwick, Thomas de La Neuville dedicated his research to the history of Asian civilizations.

Doctor of Law, he leads a research program aimed at predicting the geo-economic evolution of the Asian continent.

Member of the University of Poitiers, he heads the Department of Geopolitics at the Rennes Business School.

His works are devoted to the history of diplomatic negotiations between France and Persia, as well as relations between Russia, China, and Iran.

Among his books are Ukraine, why war (2014) and The world the CIA can’t imagine, 2030 (2015)


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