Dominique Moïsi

French Institute of International Relations / College of Europe

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Dominique Moïsi is Deputy Director of the French Institute of International Relations in Paris and a professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw. 

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After Britain voted to leave the European Union last year, Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that, "Brexit means Brexit."

What's the Future of Brexit?

After Britain voted to leave the European Union last year, Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that, "Brexit means Brexit."

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The suspected killers in  this week's massacre  at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have been killed in a shootout with French police. A third terrorist was also killed.

Three French Terrorists Killed in Police Raids

The suspected killers in this week's massacre at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have been killed in a shootout with French police. A third terrorist was also killed.

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In  today's attack  on the French satirical magazine  Charlie Hebdo , masked gunmen shot 12 people dead, including editors and cartoonists who've drawn pictures of the Prophet Mohammed…

Twelve Dead in Terror Attack on French Magazine

In today's attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo , masked gunmen shot 12 people dead, including editors and cartoonists who've drawn pictures of the Prophet Mohammed…

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