Dominique Moïsi is an influential French-Jewish political scientist and an acclaimed expert on international relations. In Paris, the city where he lives, he is connected to the Institut Montaigne; and he is co-founder of the Institut français des Relations Internationales. Recently, he has been visiting professor at Harvard University and King’s College in London. He is also the author of several widely acclaimed books. The most well-known, The Geopolitics of Emotion: How Cultures of Fear, Humiliation, and Hope are Reshaping the World, has been translated into Dutch.
Born in New England in 1946, Donna Dickenson obtained her BA in Political Science from Wellesley College and her MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics. After leaving the United States in protest against the Vietnam War, she settled in England, where her son and daughter were born. In addition to her academic posts, she has worked in a court reform project in New York City, a futurology institute, and the main New York newsroom of the Associated Press.